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  • 143 Presidential Amnesty Programme beneficiaries graduates from Igbinedion University

    Presidential Amnesty beneficiaries graduates, 143 from Igbinedion University

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  • 22 Amnesty students graduate First and Upper Classes in UK

    Twenty two of the 144 students under the Presidential Amnesty Programme who graduated from United Kingdom (UK) universities this session had First Class and Second Class Upper degrees. Three of them had First Class degrees from Liverpool and Bedfordshire universities.

  • 40 Amnesty delegates graduate with First Class and Second Class Upper Division from Benson Idahosa University

    Forty delegates under the Presidential Amnesty Programme graduated in First Class and Second Class Upper Division from the Benson Idahosa University, Benin. The results issued by the university on Monday, showed that six of the Amnesty delegates had First Class; one in Mathematics, two in Business Administration, three in Political Science and Public Administration.

  • 50 Amnesty beneficiaries graduate from CDA Technical Institute ST. Kitts and Nevis

    50 Amnesty beneficiaries graduate from CDA Technical Institute ST. Kitts and Nevis arrived after a successful completion of their under-water diving and under water welding course were hosted at Lapour hotel by officials from the office in Abuja.
    The beneficiaries gave gratitude to the Federal Republic of Nigeria (President Muhammadu Buhari), for taking care of them offshore under the Presidential Amnesty Programme suppling them the necessary needs.
    They concluded that, they will use their skills to Support the society positively.
    24th September, 2016.

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  • 51Amnesty Beneficiaries Graduate, 7 with Upper Class

    The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brig General Paul Boroh (Rtd) have said that the Programme is making immense contributions to human capital development in the region. Speaking on receiving the official report of the graduation of fifty one beneficiaries of the Presidential Amnesty Programme from the Novena University, General Boroh commended the exemplary conduct of the students whom he said were exemplary ambassadors of the Amnesty programme.

    He was also full of praise for the Federal Government whom he said funded the entire programme adding that this was one more proof of the commitment of the Buhari administration to the full reintegration of Amnesty beneficiaries into society.

  • Allow FG-PANDEF peace process work, SA to The President on Niger Delta (Boroh) advises Niger Delta youths

    The Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programmme, Brigadier General Paul Boroh (Rtd) has advised youths in the Niger Delta to allow the on-going peace process between the Federal Government and the people of the Region to work.
    While reacting to a spate of attacks on oil facilities despite the November 1, 2016 commitment to dialogue by both Government and the Pan Niger Delta Elders Forum (PANDEF) General Boroh said from his experiences in the United Nations, Sierra Leone and Liberia, the peace process can be slow, and even sometimes appear frustrating, but that like the court, it can and will deliver justice. He added that “While dialogue and the peace process can be tasking, exerting and quite expensive, it remains far cheaper compared to violence.”

  • Amnesty boss commends Nigerians spirit of unity in the Niger Delta

    Press Statement. 29th August, 2016

    The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta, Brigadier General Paul Boroh (Rtd) has commended Nigerians spirit of unity in the Niger Delta Region. General Boroh who is also the Coordnator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme was speaking at the weekend in Patani, Delta State during the four-day rites-of-passage for the Pere of Kabowei Kingdom, HRM Major Lucky Erebulu (Rtd) Aduo II.

  • Amnesty Office moves to acquire 100,000 hectares for agric, partners with states…begins phased graduation of 500 Ex-agitators in advanced farming

    Amnesty Office moves to acquire 100,000 hectares for agric, partners with states…begins phased graduation of 500 Ex-agitators in advanced farming.
    The Presidential Amnesty Programme has commenced steps to acquire 100,000 hectares of land in the nine oil producing states for advanced agriculture. The acquisition is a major step in the Programmme’s Integration Phase under which all beneficiaries of the Programme will be trained and empowered as part of its Strategic Exit Programme (STEP)

  • AMNESTY OFFICE PARTNERS ISRAEL TO TRAIN BENEFICIARIES IN AGRICULTURE

    The office of the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta, Brigadier General Paul Boroh (Rtd) is collaborating with various national and international groups on ways to train more beneficiaries of the Amnesty programme on agriculture for job creation, food security and wealth creation.

  • Amnesty Office will exit any beneficiary involved in electoral violence in Rivers State

    Press Statement. 16th March, 2016.

     

    The Presidential Amnesty Programme is saddened by the circle of violence cracking up Rivers State. This has become more pronounced as the re-run elections in the state take place. Such violence portends danger to the electoral and governance system in the country. It also gravely undermines the peace building efforts by the Federal Government in the region.

    The Amnesty Office appeals to politicians to keep the peace and leave out the beneficiaries of the Amnesty Programme if they plan to foment crisis in the state.

  • Amnesty Programme: Our Successes, The Challenges

    Amnesty Programme: Our Successes, The Challenges

    Press Briefing by Brigadier General Paul Boroh (Rtd) Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme on Thursday 16th March, 2017.

    The Presidential Amnesty Programme has had its best experiences in the last twelve months, but it has also had its greatest challenges within the same period. These were trying times both for the office and Amnesty Beneficiaries as we had to contend with achieving much with little resources.
    Perhaps our greatest achievement is contributing to the maintenance of peace in the Niger Delta which has resulted in zero vandalism of oil facilities. The winning strategy is President Buhari’s hands-on approach to the Region. The visits of the Vice President which have taken him to most Oil Producing States with the full participation of the State Governments and people, is a winning formula which has solidified the relationship between the Region and the administration.

  • Amnesty sends ten for helicopter training, stress culture as tool for conflict resolution

    The Presidential Amnesty Programme is to deploy ten beneficiaries of the Programme for helicopter training. Speaking while receiving a delegation of the International Helicopter Flying School, Enugu in his Abuja office, the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta, Brigadier General Paul Boroh (Rtd) said the training is part of the Programme’s Sustainable Reintegration Agenda and building the manpower needs of not just the Niger Delta, but also the country.
    He said the helicopter training, amongst other programmes by the Amnesty Office, is a clear indication by the Federal Government under President Muhammadu Buhari’s leadership that it is committed to developing the Region. He said they are also bold statements that this administration “is ready and determined to solve the Niger Delta crisis.”

  • Amnesty signs MOU to train 3,105 in agric and employ 12,400 in farms

    Amnesty signs MOU to train 3,105 in agric and employ 12,400 in farms.
    The Presidential Amnesty Programme has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Songhai Rivers Development Initiative (SRDI) to train 3,105 Amnesty Beneficiaries in modern agriculture and engage 12,400 in farms.
    The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta, Brigadier General Paul Boroh (Rtd) who signed on behalf of the Federal Government said 105 of the beneficiaries will have one hectare of farmland each to be operated on individual basis while the balance 3,000 will have farm clusters to be operated as co-operatives. He said the all-round training and empowerment of each beneficiary is designed to enable them employ four persons each in the integrated farms with a capacity to employ 12,400 workers.

  • Arewa Youth Assembly paid a Courtesy visit to the Office!

    Arewa Youth Assembly seeks partnership with the Presidential Amnesty Office

    19th November, 2016.

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  • Argentinian Ambassador to Nigeria and the Deputy Head of Mission paid a courtesy visit to the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta

    Argentinian Ambassador to Nigeria Gustavo Dzugala and the Deputy Head of Mission Angela Tevez Libarona today paid a courtesy visit to the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta, Brigadier General Paul Boroh (Rtd) at the Amnesty Office.
    23 November, 2016

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  • Attention Attention Attention!

    PRESS STATEMENT
    The attention of the Office of the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme has been drawn to the unwholesome activities of some persons who are defrauding some members of the public.

  • Award from National Youth counsel, Abuja

    Brig-Gen. Paul Boroh (Rtd), The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta/Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme and other dignitaries receives Award from National Youth counsel, Abuja

    10th October, 2016.

     

  • Boroh Flags Off Distribution of Starter Packs

    The Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brig. Gen. Paul Boroh has called on state governments in the Niger Delta and relevant public institutions to encourage the growth of small and medium enterprises as a way to boost the local and national economy. Brig. General Boroh made the call at a ceremony in Warri, Delta State to officially flag-off the distribution of starter packs to delegates trained as entrepreneurs under the Presidential Amnesty Programme.

  • Boroh points at agriculture as the future

    The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brig-Gen. Paul Boroh (Rtd) has described agriculture as the future and mainstays of Nigeria’s economy, pointing out that it has the potential of transforming the nation’s economy and diversify it from oil and gas.
    Speaking at the graduation ceremony of 72 ex-agitators in Aquaculture and Fishery at the Institute of Oceanography, University of Calabar, he said that the Amnesty Office would continue to collaborate with credible institutions and agencies to build the capacity of the ex-agitators as a way of empowering them to develop skills that would enable them reintegrate back to their communities and live normal life. He told the beneficiaries:
    Agriculture is the focus of President Muhammandu Buhari. The skills that you have learnt are very useful to the national economy. I want to see you go back to your communities to organize your fish ponds because agriculture is more of a practical thing than theory.

  • Brig-Gen PT. Boroh (Rtd) receives the Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy of Israel

    Brig Gen PT Boroh (Rtd) the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Chairman/Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme receives the Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy of Israel Nadav D.Goren and Mr. Gabi Gonev Levy Chairman of ONIDA in Abuja Wednesday August 10, 2016.

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