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PAP: Ndiomu Arrests Phase II National Chairman, As Ex-agitators Vow to Expose Fraud in Amnesty Office

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by Our Correspondent 

The newly elected phase II National Chairman, Self-style Gen. John Esuku has been arrested by the Interim Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, PAP, Maj.Gen. Barry Tariye Ndiomu (Rtd).

It is gathered that John Esuku was in his hotel room in Apo Village, Abuja, when officers of the police arrived, well armed, ransacked the whole De-Suit Hotel, to arrest the national chairman.

Our Correspondent was reliably informed that the national Chairman and the publicity secretary of phase II, Gen. Passman Akpos were in the same Hotel at the time of the Police invasion, the source further revealed that the Publicity Secretary stepped out to get something, and would have ran into the imbroglio on his return, if not for workers signals.

BochNews source further hinted that he left the Hotel disguised, after been informed that that the Police is looking for him, that one of them has already been arrested.

Our investigation revealed that, the national Chairman of Phase II, John Esuku and his Exco dragged the Amnesty Boss, Maj. Gen. Barry Tariye Ndiomu to the National House of Representatives on the fraud committed against the Ex-agitators by the Amnesty Office.

The date of the meeting is slated for Wednesday, February 14th, 2024, all the National Executive members of phase II, are all on ground in different Hotels in Abuja, with other stakeholders to attend the meeting on the said date.

It was found that the national Exco of phase II has an incriminating evidence against the leadership of the Amnesty Office, that the frauds committed by the Ndiomu led Amnesty Office against the Ex-agitators will be exposed.

These actions and threat by the Ex-Agitators may have made the Interim Administrator to tow the part of intimidating the Ex-agitators by using state actors and other means to silence the voice of the Ex-agitators in order to prevent them from going to the House of Representatives.

Earlier, Ndiomu had arrested the National Vice Chairman of Phase II, Self-style Gen Julius Belemu, using tactical means, and now he has proceeded to arrest the National Chairman of Phase II, all is suspected to intimidate and silence the voice of the Ex-agitators, in order to enable the Amnesty office continue the alleged looting and exploitation, at the detriment of the Ex-agitators whom the programme was created for.

The publicity Secretary of Phase II, Self-style Gen. Passman Akpos in a telephone chat with our Correspondent, called on the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency, Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Ijaw leaders to as a matter of urgency, call Ndiomu to order or better still, sack him before things get out of hand. as the level of desperation and selfishness of the Interim Administrator is unbecoming.

“This will trigger an unexpected unrest in the Niger-Delta region as the country is already battling the menace of insecurity, adding Niger-Delta crisis to it will be a time bomb.

“I call on the immediate release of the National Chairman John Esuku, that there is no going back until the glory of the Ex-agitators is rekindled ones again,” Gen. Akpos warned.

Also speaking with our Correspondent, the Bayelsa State Chairman of Phase II, Self-style Gen. Paul Johnson, and his counterpart, Delta State Phase II Chairman, Solomon Adu condemned the arrest of John Esuku, and called on his immediate release, stating that by this arrest, Ndiomu has implicated himself the more.

“This has given us more boost to do more in exposing the evil in the presidential Amnesty Programme. This programme was created for us and not for some retired military officers like Ndiomu,” they quipped.

Attempts by BochNews to get the reactions of PAP Administrator proved abortive as at the time of going to press.

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