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HIGH-LEVEL TALKS: PAP Boss Otuaro Meets Defence Minister to Quell Niger Delta Security Challenges

The Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), Chief Dennis Otuaro, PhD, held a crucial meeting recently with the Honourable Minister of Defence, Alhaji Muhammed Badaru Abubakar, in Abuja. The meeting was convened in response to the recent tragic events involving the loss of 16 soldiers in Okuama community, Delta state.

Chief Dennis Otuaro extends his heartfelt condolences to the families of the fallen soldiers and expresses solidarity with the entire military during this difficult time. He acknowledges the sacrifice and bravery exhibited by the soldiers in the line of duty and assures that their service will always be remembered and honored.

During the meeting, Chief Otuaro reiterated the commitment of the Presidential Amnesty Programme to finding lasting solutions and fostering peace in the Niger Delta region. He emphasized the importance of collaboration between the PAP and the military to address security challenges effectively.

Chief Otuaro assured the Honourable Minister of Defence of the PAP’s full support and cooperation in efforts to restore peace and stability to the affected area. He underscored the need for proactive measures and strategic interventions to prevent further incidents and safeguard the lives of both military personnel and civilians.

In conclusion, Chief Otuaro reaffirmed his unwavering dedication to the mandate of the Presidential Amnesty Programme and pledged to work tirelessly towards promoting peace, reconciliation, and development in the Niger Delta region.

Furthermore, he assured stakeholders of his commitment to closely collaborate with the President and the National Security Adviser to effectively address the security challenges in the region.

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