NATIONAL Association of Polytechnic Students, NAPS has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to retain chairman of the Presidential Amnesty Programme for ex-Niger Delta militants, Comrade Kingsley Kuku to enhance more results.
National Senate President of the association, Comrade Salahudeen Lukman who made the call in a statement issued to newsmen at the weekend, noted that the presidential amnesty programme required an experienced person to handle because of the sensitive nature of the Niger Delta region in the nation’s economy.
“It is essential that the new government of President Muhammadu Buhari exploits the young talented human resource manager, an expert in Niger Delta affairs management, Comrade Kingsley Kuku to mouth the programme again.”
He averred that it was only wise for the President to allow the services of a competent and effective hand like Comrade Kuku to bear on such a sensitive region like the Niger Delta region, irrespective of party difference, for the interest of peace and progress of the country.
The students leader who expressed total support to the administration of President Buhari, maintained that students would continue to relate, navigate and enhance means for the success of the new government for the better future of the students and nation in general.
“Comrade Kuku should be brought to continue with regular management of allowances and incentives, employment attachment, building of oil host communities for the benefit of the Niger Delta region people,” he maintained.

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