Kindly Share This Story:By Emma Amaize, Regional Editor, South-South The Office of Prof. Charles Dokubo, Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Coordinator, Amnesty Programme has denied reports alleging he was the brain behind the looting of items meant for the empowerment of residents of communities impacted during the Niger Delta crisis to cover up fraud at the Amnesty Office. The reports were rather smear campaigns staged by persons, who the Office described as “ambitious politicians eyeing Prof. Dokubo’s office.” Govt must uphold human rights during, after elections – Amnesty International Describing the report as “preposterous, malicious and false,” Mr. Murphy Ganagana, PAP spokesperson, called on the people to disregard the report, adding they should rather support Dokubo’s efforts aimed at moving the Amnesty Programme to the next level than to smear the hard-earned reputation of Prof. Dokubo.. “The malicious and false reports, which followed a stage-managed protest hired by their sponsors to achieve a pre-determined goal, had alleged that the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Coordinator, Amnesty Programme, Prof. Charles Dokubo, orchestrated the looting,” the statement lamented. He added, “We wish to state emphatically that these allegations are not only nonsensical, entirely false,… Read full this story
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