By Polycarp Orosevwotu, Warri
Ex-Militant leaders in the Phase II of the Amnesty Programme have denied reports that they shortchanged their ‘followers’ in the monthly stipend being paid by the Federal Government.
Their spokesman, ‘General’ Austin Ogedegbe, said: “Those protesting that they are not being paid in the programme are not our boys.
“You can see our boys are here with us; we are paying them regularly as the money gets into our accounts.
“Such protesters should be arrested and we should be invited to question them. They should be able to tell us which barracks they operated from and the mission they went with us and where and when we operated together.
“Those protesting are enemies of the programme. These boys who are claiming that they are not being carried along are not known to us; they are not our boys.
“Our boys were well documented in Lagos after the cancellation of the Obroba documentation and we are very thankful to Mr. Kingsley Kuku for his ingenuity in the handling of the Amnesty Programme.”
via The Nation
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