South-south APC youths pass confidence vote on amnesty coordinator


The leadership of the Coalition of APC Youth Support Groups, South-south zone, has passed a vote of confidence on Brig. Gen. Paul Boro (rtd), the coordinator of the  Presidential Amnesty Programme.

The chairman of the coalition, Amb. Fubara Dagogo, who spoke on behalf of other stakeholders at a press conference in Abuja on Wednesday, urged the amnesty coordinator to forge ahead with his commendable feats.


Dagogo said the success stories recorded since the assumption of Boro into office made the young men and women in the South-south believed that with right people in leadership, change is possible.

The group said under the current leadership of Gen. Boro, the Presidential Amnesty Programme had lived up to the essence of its establishment, including the need to “constructively resolve the conflicts in the Niger Delta region.”

Dagogo, who is also the leader of APC South-south Youth Assembly, said the assessment of Gen. Boro to his group showed that his office has never discriminated against participants of the Amnesty programme despite his political inclination.

The group implored the amnesty boss to strive to achieve more in the area of capacity building for the ex-militants despite the current challenges.

The APC youth group, however, called on all stakeholders to cooperate with the current leadership of Amnesty Programme by giving peace a chance.

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