Ex-militants to FG: We’re running out of patience

By Innocent Onoja BOMADI—Niger Delta ex-militants have urged the Federal Government to, as matter necessity, clear backlog of all unpaid monthly allowances owed them, as well as housing allowances promised them during the disarmament segment of the amnesty programme, saying they were running out of patience.
National chairman, Phase II ex-militants, Mr Stephen Ebisinte, who spoke with newsmen, noted that the ex-agitators had worked hard to ensure sustainable peace in the region for the well-being of the nation without being fairly treated by the Federal Government.
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Source: vanguardngr.com

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