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Otuaro Vows to Bring Presidential Amnesty Programme Closer to the People

Chief Dr. Dennis Brutu Otuaro, the newly appointed Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), has assured that his tenure will prioritize bringing the programme closer to the people, according to GbaramatuVoice.

Otuaro’s appointment, announced last Friday, comes as a replacement for Gen. Barry Ndiomu (Rtd). Upon his arrival on Monday, staff members of PAP erupted in joy and excitement as they welcomed him to his new role.

Addressing the staff, Otuaro emphasized his commitment to serving the people and the country, stating, “We will not use the office to pursue things that are abstract. This assignment is for the people, for the country, and for humanity.”

He further urged for cooperation among staff members to achieve greatness, emphasizing the need to streamline operations and work together effectively. “I will not disappoint my people, I will not disappoint Mr. President, and the National Security Adviser who entrusted me with this appointment,” he declared.

He said; “First and foremost, I greet everybody here. I thank Mr President for entrusting me with the opportunity to serve at this time.

“I need everybody’s cooperation here to take this program to greatness.

“My appeal here is as from today we should back the crowd and face the job. I need everyone’s cooperation so we don’t disappoint the President, the NSA, the people of the Niger Delta and Nigeria as a whole.

“I believe in this country. Everything about me is in this country and it is also in the Niger Delta.

“This assignment is for our people, for the country, and for humanity. We are bringing the program closer to the people. We will not use it to pursue abstract things.

“We will streamline whatever that we know that is giving us the load to provide excuses, we must streamline some things and we’ll work together.

“I will not disappoint my people, I will not disappoint Mr. President and National Security Adviser who gave me this appointment. I am not here to pursue personal goals, I am begging everybody to be on same as me.

“This is a serious time we are going to spend here, so I will make everything short. I thank everybody, we will get used to ourselves as time goes on,” Otuaro stated.

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