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PROF. CHARLES DOKUBO SPECIAL ADVISER TO THE PRESIDENT ON NIGER DELTA AND COORDINATOR, PRESIDENTIAL AMNESTY PROGRAMME
Born in Abonnema, Akuku Toru Local Government Area of Rivers State, Prof. Charles Quaker Dokubo, an erudite professor of international repute, is not a stranger to the Niger Delta debacle. With a first degree in Modern History & Politics from the University of Teesside, Middleborough; a Masters in Peace Studies, University of Bradford, and a doctorate in Nuclear Weapon Proliferation and Control, he has a thorough grasp of the Niger Delta situation. He is deeply-rooted and experienced for the office, setting out from the top-flight Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA) Lagos, where he was a Research Professor.He was appointed on March 13, 2018 by President Muhammadu Buhari, as the Special Adviser to The President on Niger Delta And Coordinator, Presidential Amnesty Programme. His appointment has inspired millions of Niger Deltans with hope of brighter prospects for the Presidential Amnesty Programme. He has kept that hope alive.

 

GEN. PT BOROH (rtd)

SPECIAL ADVISER TO THE PRESIDENT ON NIGER DELTA AFFAIRS AND COORDINATOR, PRESIDENTIAL AMNESTY PROGRAMME

Brig Gen P.T. Boroh (Rtd) was born in Lagos State on July 17, 1958. He is fromSagbama Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. In July 2015, he was appointed as the Special Adviser to The President on Niger Delta Affairs and Coordinator, Presidential Amnesty Programme by President Muhammadu Buhari. His tenure ended in March 2018.

HON. KINGSLEY KEMEBRADIGHA KUKU

SPECIAL ADVISER TO THE PRESIDENT ON NIGER DELTA AFFAIRS AND CHAIRMAN OF THE PRESIDENTIAL AMNESTY OFFICE

Kingsley Kuku (born 14 February 1970) is a Nigerian political and environmental rights activist and hails from Arogbo, Ondo State. He actively participated in the Ijaw Youth Council, and was elected Member, Ondo State House of Assembly, where he was Chairman of the House Committee on Information for four years. He was at various times Special Assistant and Head of Conflict Management Unit at the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC); a member, Presidential Committee on Amnesty; and Secretary, Presidential Committee on Peace and Conflict Resolution in the Niger Delta. In January 2011, he was appointed Special Adviser to the President on the Niger Delta and Chairman, Presidential Amnesty Programme. His tenure ended in 2015.

TIMI ALAIBE

SPECIAL ADVISER TO THE PRESIDENT ON NIGER DELTA

Timi Alaibe is a Nigerian technocrat, businessman and politician. An indigene of Bayelsa State, Alaibe was born on June 10, 1962. He was a former Managing Director, Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) prior to his appointment as Special Adviser to The President on Niger Delta.

MAJOR GENERAL GODWIN O ABBE (rtd) CFR DSS mni

CHAIRMAN OF THE PRESIDENTIAL AMNESTY COMMITTEE

Born January 10, 1949, Major General Godwin Abbe hails from Benin City, Edo state. After a successful military career spanning over 3 decades, he retired in 1999. He was a Military Governor of Akwa Ibom state. He was also a minister of Interior.General Abbe was Chairman, Presidential Amnesty Committee between2009 – 2010.

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PRESS STATEMENT

THE PAP HAS NOT APPOINTED ANY REPRESENTATIVE FOR NIGER DELTA CRISIS AFFECTED COMMUNITIES

It has come to our notice that some elements are attempting to use the current situation of delay in payment of stipends to our delegate to defraud unsuspecting beneficiaries of their stipends in the name of representation.

1. These unscrupulous elements have been circulating a message claiming to have been appointed “to represent the Niger Delta Crisis Affected Communities in respect of your monthly remittances under the Presidential Amnesty Scholarship Programme. The message reads - "Please send your name and email address to 08138100210, to enable us to contact you.”

2. The public is hereby warned that the Presidential Amnesty Programme has not appointed any representative for any Niger Delta Affected Communities in respect of any remittances under the Presidential Amnesty Programme’s Scholarship Scheme.

3. Do not, under any circumstance send your name, email, or any information at that to any number.

4. Please note that information about our scholarship scheme will be announced via numerous news platforms and all our official channels, including our website and our official Facebook page, in due time.

5. Meantime, kindly channel all enquiries through our various liaison offices in the Niger Delta and the PAP call centre.

6. The Presidential Amnesty Programme remains committed to the sustenance of peace in the Niger Delta region and the development of human capital through the effective empowerment of our delegates as entrepreneurs and/or employable citizens who can stand and compete on any platform globally.

Signed,

Col. Milland Dixon Dikio (rtd)
Interim Administrator,
Presidential Amnesty Programme

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The Management of PAP appreciates your patience and looks forward to working with you all to actualize the original mandate of this Programme.

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