BY OLUMIDE ABUDU

Six thousand ex-militants from Ondo State have called on the federal government to integrate them into the Presidential Amnesty Program.

The Ex-Militants during a peaceful protest in Akure, Ondo State expressed disappointment over alleged neglect by the federal government.

In a letter addressed to the National Security Adviser to the President,  Spokesperson to the amalgamated ex-militants, Omoniyi Majofodun noted that they were neglected which had adversely affected them.

Leader of the Ex-Militants group, General Ogalo Ibori appealed to the National Security Adviser, NSA to President Muhammadu Buhari to intervene and address their situation and properly integrating them into the society since they don’t want to go back to the creek.

Some of the protesting ex militants carrying placards

Another member of the group, General Job Omotuwa said they could no longer feed their families calling on Ondo State government to also intervene in the matter.

The protesting ex-militants carrying placards with different inscriptions begged all stakeholders to come to their rescue in the interest of peace.

 

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