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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo hosted beneficiaries of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) on Wednesday, at the presidential villa.
Ex-militants of the Niger Delta region have threatened to close down the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) branches in the Niger-Delta region.
Three ex-militant leaders were arrested by the Edo state police command around Benin city, Edo state. They will be arraigned on Wednesday.
Some ex-militants invaded the Bureau for Niger Delta Affairs in Imo state was on Thursday, August 25, vandalizing valuables in the building.
Father Mbaka attended the graduation ceremony of 80 former Niger Delta Militants from the Innoson Kiara Academy in Enugu state.
An ex-militant group has disclosed what it will demand of the FG during the proposed dialogue with militants in the Niger Delta region.
Machineries have been set in motion by the government of the federation to give training skills in farming to at least 500 ex-militants.
The Akwa Ibom state government has denied recent media reports of ex-militants invading the state government house in Uyo.
Ex-militant leader, Smart Amola (aka) ‘General’ Gentle has called on the Niger Delta Avengers to halt their attacks on oil installations.
Federal Government has said it is resuming payment of stipends to ex-militants in the Niger Delta region just as oil production drops further
Ex-militants on Monday, July 4, obstructed vehicular movement on the East-West Road for hours over the nonpayment of their stipends.
Gwamnatin Cross Riba ta yi karin haske akan rahotannin da suka rika yawo a kafafen yada labarai na cewa wai an kai hari a offishin gwamnan
Former militant leaders in Bayelsa state have condemned the activities of the Niger Delta Avengers and other groups in the N'Delta region.
Scores of former militants have warned the federal government against going into dialogue with militant groups such as Niger Delta Avengers.
Aboy Francis Muturu, a former militant leader, has been arrested by soldiers suspected to be from the 4th Brigade of the Nigerian Army.