Dikio delivering PAP’s mandate with little resources- Sylva

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From Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa

The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Chief Timipre Sylva, has commended the Interim Administrator Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), Col. Milland Dixon Dikio (retd) for delivering the mandate of the scheme with lean resources.

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He said Dikio’s remarkable achievements were a clear demonstration of his zeal to find himself on the right side of history.

The minister frowned at the inability of the various interventionist agencies set up by the Federal Government to address the concerns of people of the Niger Delta, saying it was time to make them work.

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Sylva spoke at the weekend when he received Dikio at his country home in Okpoama, Brass Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.

“We have to as a people stand together. We have had the Presidential Amnesty Programme for a long time but we have not been fortunate. If you look at what the programme was meant to achieve, we have currently not achieved it.

“This is because for some reasons we have not been very fortunate. We can say that too for the NDDC. If you look at the two organizations there are some recurring decimals.

“The people who started these organizations are similar or same persons. So, why are these organizations not delivering on the benefit that we expect from them? That is a great food for thought.

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“Something is wrong. In the design some people deliberately twisted it so that it will suit their own personal aggrandisement instead of helping the growth of the Niger Delta.


“If at this moment you’re doing so much with the little you’re getting, we can only imagine what you would have done during the hay days of the amnesty programme when there was a huge cash flow.

“Every time I see the National Security Adviser, I thank him for you and I have always pledged my support that anything required from me concerning the amnesty programme I will willingly do”.

Sylva called on the leaders of the region to close ranks to attract more development and lauded Dikio’s Train, Employ and Mentor (TEM) scheme, saying it had made the training of ex-agitators more rewarding.

Sylva called for collective efforts to fight against all forms of attack on the Niger Delta, particularly the destruction of the region’s environment.

“You blew up a pipeline; there is spillage whose environment is suffering? And this is the same environment that has sustained our ancestors that we expect to sustain us and also sustain future generations. But our young men have totally gone astray and have decided to wage a war against this environment that should sustain us so we are at the risk of extinction.

“Mr President has given us the mandate to stamp out this menace and we cannot do it without collaborating with you. So, please let us work together, not only as brothers from the region but as co-workers of the Federal Government of Nigeria