May 29 Handover: “Jonathan’s Adviser on Amnesty, Kuku ready to go”… Alabrah.

Kinsley Ku

 The Chairman of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Mr. Kingsley Kuku, has said that he was not plotting to stay on as the head of the organisation after the end of the tenure of this administration on May 29.
                                                                     Kuku,the special adviser to PresidentJonathan on Niger Delta, made the clarification following strident calls by some influential Niger Delta individuals and groups on the incoming administration of Gen. Muhammadu Buhari to scrap the programme.
The Special Adviser in a statement made available by the Head of Media and Communication in the PAO, Dan Alabrah, made it clear that he was returning to his village in Ondo rather than plotting to continue service under the new government.
The chairman wishes to disappoint the plotters as he is not interested in continuing in that office, more so as his boss, President Jonathan, is leaving office on May 29, 2015. As the President is returning to Otuoke in Bayelsa State, Kuku is also going back to Arogbo, his Ijaw community in Ondo State.
 Alabrah further stressed that having diligently served Nigeria for four years, it is time to move on .
 He is very proud of his achievements under the Amnesty Programme, which is domiciled in his office as Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta.
“No amount of mudslinging, blackmail and ” of calumny can erase the spectacular and verifiable achievements recorded by the Amnesty Programme under the Jonathan administration.”the Head of Communication stressed.

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