By Etop Ekanem
The Vice Chairman of Ex-Agitators of Delta Phase 2 Amnesty Programme, Gen. Solomon Adu has appealed on behalf of its members to the Interim Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, PAP, Milland Dikio, over what he described as unconfirmed and unfounded publication against him.
Adu made this appeal in Abuja, federal capital of Nigeria while speaking to newsmen, said the Delta State Phase 2 Amnesty Programme, sincerely on behalf of Gen. Kingsley Muturu apologized over allegations of high-handedness, lopsidedness and other allegations levelled against Milland Dikio, calling on him to show mercy as they are his children.
Gen. Adu while apologizing on behalf of the Delta Phase 2 Amnesty Programme said the publication came as a result of lack of understanding and misinformation in regard to the names they submitted for the scholarship training, and assures Dikio of continuous robust relationship.
He said the continuous exclusion of Delta state phase 2 of the Niger-Delta Amnesty Programme, has been the major issues that has led to lingering controversies in the region because of the gross marginalization of its members in terms of benefits accrued to the region.
Adu pointed out that the day the Interim Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, PAP, Milland Dikio see the Delta State Phase 2 of the Amnesty Programme as beneficiaries, all these pockets of issues that had always led to newspaper publications will be a thing of the past.
While urging the Interim Administrator, Presidential Amnesty Programme, Milland Dikio, to always consider the Delta state phase 2 Amnesty Programme in all its training and other important programmes across the region.