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Presidential Programme, Navy collaborate on ex-agitators training


Presidential Programme, Navy collaborate on ex-agitators training

The Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) says it has concluded collaborations with the Nigerian Navy (NN) to train ex-agitators in various fields of human endervour for the purpose of developing and restoring lasting peace in the Niger Delta Region.

Alaenetonwa Lawson, acting Head of Information, PAP, in a statement on Friday, said the Interim Administrator of PAP, retired Maj.-Gen. Barry Ndiomu, received the Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Adm. Awwal Gambo in his office in Abuja.

Ndiomu was represented by PAP Head of Reintegration, Mr Wilfred Musa, while the Chief of Naval Engineering, Rear Admiral Sdel Ladan, led the visiting delegation on behalf of Gambo.

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Ndiomu lauded the world-class facility of the Naval Engineering College and thanked Gambo and his team for the visit.

He assured them of PAP’s readiness to explore a beneficial working relationship as well as continued partnership, which PAP would fully leverage to train its delegates.

He said that an end-to-end of it was that one could decide to major as monograming expert or as the one who was branding while another man was making the garment.

Ndiomu said it was one man to one machine; so there would be no excuse of saying one did not have a machine.

In his remark, Gambo said it was a reciprocal visit to consolidate and deepen the growing partnership between PAP and the Naval Engineering College.

He thanked Ndiomu for his good leadership of PAP.

The PAP leadership had earlier visited the Naval Engineering College facility with the aim of training the delegates.

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