Amnesty boss urges Nigerians to embrace FG security initiatives

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The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta, Brig.-Gen. Paul Boroh (Rtd), has urged Nigerians to embrace the Federal Government security initiatives.

Boroh, also the Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Abuja on Tuesday.

He commended President Muhammadu Buhari’s resilience to rescue missing Chibok girls and commended the achievement of the Federal Government in its fight against insurgency.

The Presidential aide said that this administration deserves great commendation for the release of the 82 Chibok school girls and the relative peace being enjoyed in the Niger Delta.

 

 

The coordinator prayed to God to grants the President good health; so that he can continue the good works he has started across the country.

He stressed the importance of giving support to the planned development of this administration for the ultimate purpose of improving the wellbeing of Nigerians.

“Nigerians should know that the president is human and needs the sincere prayers of all well-meaning Nigerians to lead the nation,” he said

“For the girls I am very glad; I am a father and I also have daughters, I know what it means for my daughters to be away this long.

 

 

“I celebrate with all their parents for standing firm and the long wait for their return.

“I pray for the rehabilitation of these girls into civil life as quickly as possible.

“I will continue to pray to God almighty as I have always being doing, to help in the release of the remaining abducted girls,” he said.

Boroh reiterated that Buhari’s administration is committed to the three key issues on which his campaign was premised namely: fight against corruption, tackling insecurity and ensuring economic growth.

According to the Presidential aide, the planned economic stimulus will go a long way in improving the nation’s economy.

He reiterated the President’s commitment towards maintenance of peace and stability in the North East, Niger Delta and the nation at large.

He said the present administration was also committed to providing much needed infrastructure and development.

NAN recalls that the 82 schoolgirls released by Boko Haram Islamist militants have met Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari.

The girls were handed over on Saturday in exchange for Boko Haram suspects after negotiations.

They were from a group of 276 abducted in North-East in 2014, before the latest release, about 195 of the girls were still missing.

The number of Boko Haram suspects released by authorities remains unknown. (NAN)

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