By Emameh Gabriel, Abuja
In a bid to continue to engage more Ex Agitators already captured in its data, the President Amnesty office has reached out to the Nigerian Content Development And Monitoring Board(NABDA) to meet up with the mandate of the office.
The objective, according to a statement issued by the PAP office on Thursday, “is to get the board to assist in the assessment recertification and engagement of over 4000 beneficiaries of the Amnesty Programme”.
The statement further revealed that “with a pool of over 13000 already trained beneficiaries in various vocational activities, General Boroh is evidently on the right track of training and engaging all beneficiaries of the Programme in no distant time”.
The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta Affairs and Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brig. Gen. Boroh had on Wednesday led a delegation of stakeholders and officials of the Amnesty Office to the office of the Executive Secretary, of NABDA, Engr Simbi Kesiye Wabote and officials of NABDA, Yesterday, at the boards National Headquarters in Yenegoa, to fashion out strategies to engage trained beneficiaries of the Amnesty Programme.
Engr. Kesiye commended the efforts of the Buhari administration and the focus the build a better Niger Delta community through the programme. He layed emphasis on Gen. Boroh’s focus on agriculture which is in line with the Federal Government’s new strategy to diversify the economy, assuring that he would do everything it takes to synargise with Boroh in the effort “to engage all beneficiaries of the Amnesty Programme and Niger Delta Youths inclusive”.