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Ex-Militants Storm National Assembly To Protest Over Unpaid Allowances.

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Ex-militants from Niger Delta have stormed the National Assembly to protest over the alleged failure of the government to pay their allowances.

The ex-militants called on the federal lawmakers to prevail on the special adviser to the president on Niger Delta and coordinator of the amnesty programme, retired Brig Gen Paul Boroh, to pay their outstanding allowances, PM news reports.

The former militants carried placards and sang various solidarity songs demanded for the removal of Boroh on the basis that he was a stumbling block towards the payment of their allowances.

The spokesman of the protesters said: �We are not here to disturb the peace but to call on the government to pay our allowances. We are suffering. The amnesty office owes us amnesty allowances running to millions of Naira. We want our money.”

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