National Assembly commends amnesty programme for new strides

Related INEC, NOA, others move against voided votes seven hours past  Politics Points for concern and action, by Olusegun Obasanjo seven hours past  Politics 5 politician candidates, APC members get together to prevent Abubakar in Bauchi State seven hours past  Politics legislator Peter Nwaoboshi Chairman, Senate Committee on Niger Delta, legislator Peter Nwaoboshi at the weekend counseled the Presidential Amnesty Programme for the new strides within the programme. He aforesaid the Senate was pleased with the achievements of Special consultant to the President on Niger Delta and organizer, faculty member Charles Dokubo, inside the short amount of his appointment and pledged a lot of support to carry the programme to bigger heights. Nwaoboshi, UN agency spoke at the commission of the Oil and Gas Basic Skills vocational education Centre, Agadagba-Obon, east southeast Odo government space of Ondo State at the weekend, counseled Dokubo for his prudent management of funds allotted to the programme, similarly as his transparency.“The programme, that was established in 2009, has had four chief executives as Special Advisers/Coordinators. Of all the four, I will with confidence say that Dokubo has been terribly proactive and wanting to realise its mandate,” he said. He disclosed that Dokubo forever consults the National Assembly on programmes and activities that will move the organisation forward, adding that in his short time in workplace, Dokubo has incontestible capability to remodel the Niger Delta region for property development. Nwaoboshi, UN agency was described by his deputy, legislator cake Kaka Bashiru aforesaid, “Our committee is extremely happy together with his efforts; he’s a sq. peg in a very sq. hole. He (Dokubo) has incontestible that he has nothing to cover by forever seeking to synergise with the National Assembly and so, with the complete stakeholders to realize set objectives.” Bashiru disclosed that last year, the committee counseled N65 billion, that was passed in appropriation. “When we tend to visited his workplace, he was ready to gift a report back to North American nation, that encapsulated numerous reports of what he has achieved within the Niger Delta. we tend to are terribly pleased with him,” he said. Speaking on behalf of the House of Representatives Committee on the Niger Delta, Istiphanus Gyang, aforesaid the Amnesty Programme was designed to coach and empower youths within the region, noting that the Oil and Gas Basic Skills vocational education Centre can interact some beneficiaries of the programme within the oil business. Responding, Dokubo aforesaid the Oil and Gas Basic Skills coaching Centre is about to start building human capability to fill gaps within the lower and middle cadre levels of the oil and gas sector.