Dikio Urges Disgruntled Niger Deltans To Engage In Dialogue
Dikio Urges Disgruntled Niger Deltans To Engage In Dialogue

Dikio Urges Disgruntled Niger Deltans To Engage In Dialogue.

Col. Milland Dixon Dikio (rtd), Interim Administrator, Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), has advised aggrieved people in the Niger Delta area to use discussion and talks to address conflicts in the region.

He argued that the utilization of intellectual property, networking, and negotiating were still the most effective ways of raising attention to issues of deprivation, marginalization, and environmental degradation.

Dikio spoke at a ceremony in Abuja to honor the 50th birthday anniversary of the former Board Chairman of the National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA), Maj. Lancelot Anyanya (rtd), according to a statement signed by his Special Adviser, Nneotabase Egbe.

The PAP chief stated that Niger Delta leaders should endeavor to be a part of boardroom conversations rather than turning to street agitations, which invariably have bad results.

While praising Anyanya for his contributions to the Niger Delta’s peace and prosperity, Dikio stated that his administration as PAP leader had been mostly successful due to the essential role of the security expert.

Dikio reflected on their connection, saying that Anyanya had gone through all the rudiments of the Nigerian Army and was suitably equipped for life’s problems, which he attributed to his success.

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