PAP: Group Commends Ndiomu For His Dexterity, Calls For Extension Of Tenure


Coordinator Bayelsa APC Integrity Group, Barr. Etifa Jonathan on Tuesday applauded the Interim Administrator of the presidential Amnesty Program Maj. Gen Barry Tariye Ndiomu Rtd. for Successfully completing and activating programmes across the oil-rich Niger Delta region with Corporative Scheme.

Extolling the dexterity of the interim administrator of the program, Jonathan said Ndiomu has proving himself a square peg in a square hole discharging his duties with utmost integrity and enthusiasm and called on President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to give him a fresh four years Tenure and increase budget of the presidential Amnesty Program to make him operate well and continue his good work to the region.

According to him, Ndiomu have successfully Signed MOU with Communities in the Niger Delta on Rice Production and over 800 Persons delegates trained through collaboration with NITDA ( Microsoft Certified). He had also trained Air Craft Engineers, pilots and Helicopter Pilots.

The group said Ndiomu has demonstrated commitment through his sincere approach on ensuring completion of Various Vocational training Centers in the Niger Delta Region, successfully trained students in Masters and First degree Programs Offshore and Onshore, which has brought stability to the Amnesty Program.

The coordinator of the group, however assured the group’s unwavering supports to the administration of president Bola Ahmed Tinubu to fulfill his renewed hope agenda to the Nigerian people.

“Ndiomu,” the group insists, “deserves commendation from all well-meaning people of the Niger Delta region for his giant strides within a relatively short period.”

“We are so happy with General Ndiomu for instituting life-changing initiatives that have positively repositioned the programme,” he said.

Etifa particularly hailed the Amnesty boss for what he described as unhindered payment of monthly stipends and for his prompt payment of in-training and book allowances to scholarship students.

He noted that Ndiomu has not only been a leader but also a caring father and mentor to ex-agitators, “always ensuring that their needs and welfare are prioritized no matter what it takes.”