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Ndiomu Has Overstayed Tenure As PAP Boss- N-Delta Stakeholders

Operating as the Coalition of Niger Delta Patriots, they stated that Ndiomu should have vacated his position by March 31, 2023, when his tenure officially ended.

By Denyefa Eniekenemi:

On Friday, some Niger Delta stakeholders, including former freedom fighters, youth groups, and opinion leaders, made a demand for the removal of Major General Barry Ndiomu (retd), who currently serves as the interim administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, PAP.

In a statement, the youths emphasized that Ndiomu had exceeded his allowed time in the amnesty office and it was necessary for him to be relieved of his duties for the benefit of the program and the peace of the Niger Delta region.

Operating as the Coalition of Niger Delta Patriots, they stated that Ndiomu should have vacated his position by March 31, 2023, when his tenure officially ended.

They urged the Federal Government to take swift action in removing him from office.

President-General of the group, Ambassador Theo Whiskey and the Secretary-General, Chief Timipre Ambaowei said: “Ndiomu should not take our silence for stupidity. He has wreaked the amnesty programme and made nonsense of the dreams of the founding fathers of PAP. He is dancing on the grave of those who died in the course of the struggle. His time is up and he must leave now.

“He was appointed to be in office for six months. His administration is a waste. He knows very little or nothing about the genesis and objectives of the amnesty programme and that explains why he is not relating well with the authentic stakeholders, including the repentant former militants.

“It is even laughable that some people considered to be on his pay roll are trying to bend the hand of the federal government and secure a re-appointment for the interim administrator.

“It will not work. The plot is dead on arrival as we will resist any attempt to retain Ndiomu in office.”

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