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Alleged beneficiaries of PAP varsity programme begs Dokubo for intervention

By Davis Ihemnachor

Some Niger Delta  Amnesty beneficiaries have called on the leadership  of  the Presidential  Amnesty Programme (PAP) to probe the body’s educational unit. A  press statement signed by Mr.    Eneluwe Collins and Mr.    Denila Macaulay on behalf of the affected beneficiaries, said: “ We are speaking for  beneficiaries that were short-changed across Niger Delta. Our findings are that  real recipients have been substituted with UN-CODE numbers to benefit from the university educational programme.”

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Special Adviser Media  of PAP,  Mr. Murphy Ganagana, declined  comment  when we called. He said he would get back to this reporter but never did.

The alleged  short-changed beneficiaries number over three thousand. “We have been verified by relevant officials for deployment to  various universities. But one top official refused to deploy us and  no genuine reason was given”, the statement said.

They pleaded with the Coordinator of the Amnesty Programme, Prof.Charles Dokubo, to intervene and correct the alleged injustice.

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