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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Niger Delta Avengers Choose Wole Soyinka As Representative In Proposed Dialogue With FG

Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka, has been chosen by militant group, Niger Delta Avengers, NDA, as one of members of it dialogue group in the proposed dialogue with the federal government.




Spokesman for the Dialogue Group, Mr. Ballantyne Agiri, made this known to the New Telegraph on Tuesday.

He hinted that the militants had set up dialogue group to engage the Federal Government in meaningful dialogue as part of the initiatives to end the crisis rocking the Niger Delta region.

He said the Nobel Laureate was chosen because of the track records as a freedom fighter as well as a credible and detribalised personality.

Agiri said the leadership of the militant group has for months been looking for credible persons who are capable of standing for them and present their grievances before the federal government.

He said, “I was on my own when they invited me to work for them.
“But I told them that one person cannot hold dialogue with the government, that we should look for eminent Nigerians who have the pedigree to do a good job.

“The moment I mentioned Professor Wole Soyinka, they became interested because, according to them, he is somebody who is not from the Niger Delta, but has a credible and detribalised personality.”

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*Great News!

37 comments:

  1. Why the prof? He dey sponsor them or wetin?

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    1. shut up bc he is a man of intergrity.

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    2. shut up bc he is a man of intergrity.

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    3. The better for them. After all their own people have been betraying them since time immemorial. It's a wise decision to use a neutral person as a mediator, one who has no personal interests. Good for them.

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    1. Just imagine your father being referred to this way,will u feel good?..the Bible says honour your father and mother doesn't mean just those that gave birth to you okay?.pls change

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    2. You are wicked for that statement!

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    3. Really? You need change in your life

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    4. Isn't it obvious this local mgbeke rat doesn't know who he is. Maybe there's a mad man in her village who keeps beards and she thinks he's they one. Illiterate go and learn how to read

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    5. You are a bastard and your whole family is mentally deficient.

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    6. How dare you say that to Prof? I am so upset, useless child.

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    7. Really??

      Anyway you've been served already.

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  3. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Why disturbing a man wey no send una abeg.... I call it madness shah nothing else....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  4. So they have sense like this, they know who to call for dialogue

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  5. All we want is peace.

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  6. Why didnt they choose one Igbo freedom fighter?

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    1. I wonder o, now this biafrans can see that the Niger delta no send them

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  7. Good choice...i pray this sh*t is done and dusted.....taking too long already.

    meanwhile my WNB is on the way oo...wait on it.


    That imobabe...we rock!

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  8. Prof Wole Soyinka is a well respected statesman who has continuously supported the course of the Niger Delta. He is a good mediator and a non-violent freedom fighter .He didn't stop condemning even the great Abacha but had to stay abroad then in order to save his neck ....he has assess to Aso rock and he's well respected by sai Baba as well, so the NDA has choosen well.

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    1. Morgana hum? Abeg I dash you Qwen not Morgana

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    2. Aja loma je enu to fi soro yen

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  9. Soyinka will do a good dialogue

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  10. Good and right way to go instead of using all these selfish and greedy elders.

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  11. Good choice, but I hope he honours their call.

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  12. wole Soyinka, a good choice. I just hope he accepted the offer. he will not want his name to be mentioned in Nigeria's politics.

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