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Niger Delta How ex-militant leaders short-pay their boys

The protesters brought economic activities and vehicular movement to a halt, in the city of Port-Harcourt.

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Protesters in Port-Harcourt

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Ex-militants embarked on a protest that lasted in Port-Harcourt, the capital city of Rivers State.

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The protesters claimed that their allowances, which is N65,000 was being deducted by their leaders.

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Niger Delta militants.

 

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They further revealed that one of the banks had connived with their leaders to short-change them.

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According to Vanguard Newspapers, they said that “after their training at Obubra in Cross River State, they opened individual accounts but surprisingly their monies were paid to a single account operated by their leaders at the end of which the leaders pay them peanuts.”

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Adding that they were being paid N20,000 or N15,000 sometimes, instead of N65,000.

The protesters brought economic activities and vehicular movement to a halt, in the city of Port-Harcourt.

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