Moturu Promises to Address Lingering Welfare Issues, As He Takes Campaign to Bayelsa

Moturu Promises to Address Lingering Welfare Issues, As He Takes Campaign to Bayelsa

Moturu Promises to Address Lingering Welfare Issues, As He Takes Campaign to Bayelsa

Ambassador Kingsley Moturu, a leading aspirant in the Presidential Amnesty Programme, PAP, Phase 2, National Chairmanship election, has declared that his tenure will bring to an end many bottled neck challenges between the Phase 2 beneficiaries and the Amnesty office, if elected.

Moturu, who assured delegates that his leadership style will be all inclusive, noted that the days when their monthly stipends and other benefits from the office eluded the beneficiaries of the Phase 2 were over.

He made his position known on Tuesday in Yenagoa, while addressing delegates, as part of his ongoing campaigns for the national chairman of the PAP phase 2.

He said as somebody that has been in the struggle he’s not oblivious of the enormous challenges confronting them, hence seeking for their votes in the forthcoming election was necessary.

According to him, if elected he’s going to ensure that he collaborate with the Presidential Amnesty office to bring the needed development where needed.

The Peace Ambassador, further commended president Ahmed Bola Tinubu for appointing Mr Dennis Otuaro, who he believes is a good man that will give them a listening ear for the betterment of the region.

Moturu, who lambasted the immediate past interim Administrator for it’s many woe’s, reiterated it’s commitment to work with the current Administrator to further attract more benefits for the people.

“So am happy that someone who understands the system has come onboard. So we will be privilege to work with him, I believe things will change, because it has been long they deploy people to schools, vocational training, infact the amnesty has lost sight before this man comes in, by the grace of God things will work well.

Enumerating his achievements while as the Delta State Phase 2 Chairman, Moturu said through his efforts many youths went abroad for studies, training’s, as well vocational skills was encouraged.

On his part the Bayelsa State Chairman of Amnesty phase 2, Paul Johnson, who presided over the meeting said there have been a lot of threat prior to the meeting, however give thanks to God that at the end everything went peacefully.

The State Chairman, commended the government of Bayelsa State, security agencies,the media amongst others in ensuring there’s peace.

Four persons are contesting for the position of national chairman, it is the hope of Johnson that the best aspirants win, hinting that the challenges confronting the amnesty program are enormous, so they will need someone that will surmount the challenges.

General last Don Thomas, a stakeholder, ascribed the sterling qualities of the aspirant and called on all to support its chairmanship position as the national chairman.

Thomas said while the chairmanship hopeful was a state chairman in Delta State he went as far as solving problems of people from other states, hence he believes if elected Moturu will performed to the satisfaction of all.

“So for me he’s capable of becoming the chairman, for me my vote, because I cannot vow for everybody, my vote is going for him.” He noted.

On his part the Bayelsa State Chairman of Amnesty phase 2, Paul Johnson, who presided over the meeting said there have been a lot of threat prior to the meeting, however give thanks to God that at the end everything went peacefully.

The State Chairman, commended the government of Bayelsa State, security agencies,the media amongst others in ensuring there’s peace.

Four persons are contesting for the position of national chairman, it is the hope of Johnson that the best aspirant wins, hinting that the challenges confronting the amnesty program are enormous, so they will need someone that can proffer solutions to surmount the challenges.

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