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Niger Delta Payment of ex-militants' fees commence

Already, the tuition of 1,620 of the beneficiaries in Nigerian institutions has been paid just as they have all received their in-training allowances for May and June 2015.

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Reports say the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) coordinator, Brig-Gen. Paul Boroh, has resolved the various bottle-necks hindering the payment of  tuition and allowances of the ex-Niger Delta militants.

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Boroh said "together with the CBN, the payment, backlog and debts owed the beneficiaries, which were delayed as a result of the bottleneck caused by the Single Treasury Account (TSA) has been resolved."

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According to ThisDay Newspapers, the PAP Coordinator, through Amnesty Office Head of Media and Communication, Mr. Dan Alabra, said “Following the completion of the in-house verification of claims, the Special Adviser has since signed and approved the payment of all outstanding tuition and allowances of the 3,074 beneficiaries in onshore and offshore educational institutions."

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Adding that “Already, the tuition of 1,620 of the beneficiaries in Nigerian institutions has been paid just as they have all received their in-training allowances for May and June 2015.”

 

 

 

 

 

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