Niger delta youths trade words over ‘planned replacement of Amnesty boss’

Youths from the nine states of the Niger delta region have traded words over the alleged plan by some politicians to the sack of the Presidential Amnesty boss, Prof.Charles Dokubo, and replace him with Chief Dennis Otuaru from Delta state.

While a group known as Reformed Niger Delta Avengers (RNDA), the coalition of the nine militant groups in the creek, described the plan as alleged ‘gang up’  to replace the Amnesty boss with Chief Mr Dennis Otu-aru, the younger brother to the deputy governor of Delta state who is a stakeholder of PDP and allied to foremost former militant leader, High government Emukpopolo also known as Tompolo.

A group known as the Ijaw Peoples Development Initiative (IPDI) warned those against the planned sack and replacement of the Amnesty boss to desist as Chief Dennis Otuaru is a prominent Niger delta activist.
There is no official reaction form either Otuaro or  Dokubo to the group’s claim

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