Photo: 3 Repentant Niger Delta Militants Graduate From UK Universities With First Class

niger delta militants graduate uk first class

August 1st, 2016 – Picture: 3 Repentant Ijaw Militants Graduate From UK Universities With First Class

Meet 3 brave men who shunned violence for peace.

Nicholas Goodness, Terubein Fawei and Lucky Azibanagein renounced militancy for peace few years ago and were granted amnesty.

The three graduated with First Class Honours in the UK last week.

The trio were part of the militants sent to study abroad under the Niger Delta Amnesty Programme sponsored by the Nigerian Government.

14 thoughts on “Photo: 3 Repentant Niger Delta Militants Graduate From UK Universities With First Class

  1. all thanks to yaradua for such a big privileged… i pray both buhari and the current militant learn from this

  2. After causing unrest still our money is been spent to educate them, its a good thing, but what of those that never participated in violence and are not privileged to go to school talkless of going abroad to study.
    Really I don’t know what is annoying me d most, is it our govt that are not doing the right thing for their citizens, or this so called militants causing unnecessary problems and still had a chance for a good life.
    We thank God that d money spent on them isn’t waisted again. I hereby congratulate we d Nigerians that our tax payers money didn’t go to waste.

    • @truce i love your observation. but let me seize this opportunity to tell you that all blames should not be on this people’s head but rather the government.. imagine just sending few to study and they are barging first class what would have happened if 80% of them are educated (maybe we would have produced who can help diligently) but the government as choosed to avoid this people.. “how would you feel if your lunch was given out to people without you who was initially hungry eating from it”(you will be angry i guess). this is the same situation happening to this people they are been deprived of their own right.
      1.they have no water to drink
      2.no food to eat
      3.no roads
      4.no good education
      (just because they stay in a place where petrol as taken over entirely (riverine))
      and the government has left them with their fate without no solution this is very bad.. let try and put ourselves in their shoes (it is not easy).
      am not supporting the killings neither do i give consent to their ungodly act but the truth must be told they are not totally evil….This particular headline was as a result if yaradua knowing what they were facing we should rather beg our government to see to this issue rather than put all the blame on their head… i repeat myself “am not supporting the killings neither do i give consent to their ungodly act’
      *just an opinion
      @Huchennar

    • @truce i love your observation. but let me seize this opportunity to tell you that all blames should not be on this people’s head but rather the government.. imagine just sending few to study and they are barging first class what would have happened if 80% of them are educated (maybe we would have produced who can help diligently) but the government as choosed to avoid this people.. “how would you feel if your lunch was given out to people without you who was initially hungry eating from it”(you will be angry i guess). this is the same situation happening to this people they are been deprived of their own right.
      1.they have no water to drink
      2.no food to eat
      3.no roads
      4.no good education
      (just because they stay in a place where petrol as taken over entirely (riverine))
      and the government has left them with their fate without no solution this is very bad.. let try and put ourselves in their shoes (it is not easy).
      am not supporting the killings neither do i give consent to their ungodly act but the truth must be told they are not totally evil….This particular headline was as a result if yaradua knowing what they were facing we should rather beg our government to see to this issue rather than put all the blame on their head… i repeat myself “am not supporting the killings neither do i give consent to their ungodly act’
      *just an opinion
      @Huchennar

  3. The reward of the prodigal sons. Congratulations on step 1- the academics.it is the future attitude of the guys that will show whether or not they are truly repentant and grateful for the effort.

  4. Is a lie. Wetin are they sabi. Na money they was take bribe their teacher and he come passing them away. Old mens wey their head have block is say they are pass away. They are not pass away. Is bribe.

  5. Which university? Liars, what’s the name of the university they graduated from? Keep deceiving yourselves

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