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Buhari Approves N35bn For The Niger Delta Amnesty Program
President Muhammadu Buhari has approved an additional N35 billion to the Niger Delta Amnesty Programme for the sustenance of the new understanding between the Federal Government and the oil-producing communities of the region.

A statement from the office of Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo reads

“Currently the Amnesty Office has now paid up all ex-militants backlog of their stipends up to the end of 2016. The release of the additional funds is coming after presidential level interactive engagements in the Niger Delta, where the Buhari administration has enunciated a New Vision for the oil-producing areas based on the presentation made by the Pan Niger Delta Forum, PANDEF, to the President when he received leaders and stakeholders from the region last November.

Subsequently, the President asked his deputy, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, to embark on a tour of the region that saw him visiting several oil-producing States in the country. Besides the monthly payment of about N65, 000 to N66,000 to the ex-militants, the funds would also go to the provision of reintegration activities under the Amnesty Programme including payment of tuition fees for beneficiaries from Niger Delta who are in post-secondary institutions at home and abroad, payment of in-training & hazard allowances and vocational training costs’.

Obafemi Awolowo University gets New Vice Chancellor
The Obafemi Awolowo University, ile-ife in Osun state now has a new vice chancellor.

He’s Professor Eyitope Ogunbodede, a professor of dentistry and former provost college of health science, of the institution.

The pro chancellor and chairman governing council of the institution Dr Yemi Ogunbiyi who made the announcement today, disclosed that a total of 22 candidates were originally screened for the position, while 21 were finally interviewed.

Amiloaded gathered that Professor Anthony Elujoba has been acting as the vice chancellor of the school, following the dissolution of the Prof Rowland Ndoma-Egba led governing council over allegation of corruption.

Dr Ogunbiyi explained that the selection process was jointly by done by the school senate and the council.

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