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Presidential Amnesty: Monies paid into my account belong to my boys – Ex-militant leader

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The Nationwide President of Management, Peace, Cultural Growth Initiative ( LPCDI), Pastor Reuben Wilson, has lastly opened up on the controversies surrounding some amount of cash despatched to his account via the Presidential Amnesty workplace.

The Ex-militant was reacting to a publication credited to him over the majority fee of some undisclosed quantity paid to his private account from the Amnesty workplace.

In an interview with DAILY POST on Saturday, Pastor Wilson stated he determined to clear the air and set the information straight to dispel any false impression by the general public on the stated publication.

He stated the majority fee made by the Amnesty Workplace into his private account was not his private cash however stipends meant for the 4 hundred and eleven (411) Ex-militants below his camp.

He defined that the cash was being made right into a single account of the Ex-militant chief in every camp and thereafter the financial institution in flip credit the person accounts of the boys within the varied camps.

Wilson stated it’s depraved and uncharitable for some individuals to insinuate that monies have been paid into his account for his private use forgetting that instantly fee is made into the account the financial institution may also credit score the person account of his followers.

His phrases” When a few of my boys went for research overseas and the problem related to acquiring BVN got here up, I known as a gathering of the boys in my camp and it was agreed that the N65,000 being the stipends for my boys be paid into my private account and later distributed to their particular person accounts.

“Some individuals are considering that the Amnesty Workplace has paid cash into my private account. No, it’s for the 411 individuals in my camp. It’s for my boys, not my cash.

“In my camp, you might attest to the truth that my boys have by no means complained of not being paid their month-to-month stipends, he stated.

Additionally reacting, Fred Bowene, the second in command to Pastor Reuben stated the publication was achieved in dangerous destiny with the intention to mislead the general public and tarnish the nice repute of their chief.

Bowene stated Pastor Reuben is a frontrunner who carries everybody alongside with out discrimination, including that his open-heartedness and generosity has endeared him to the boys in his camp.

“He is without doubt one of the few Ex-militant leaders who doesn’t discriminate neither does he sideline anybody.”

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