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Unpaid stipends: Ex-militants protest in Yenagoa, JTF injures one

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Simon Utebor, Yenagoa Hundreds of ex-Niger Delta militants on Tuesday protested the alleged non-payment of their stipends by the Federal Government. The protesting ex-militants began the demonstration at about 7am, blocking the Mbiama section of the East-West Road, which links the South-South region to the South-East. Their protest paralysed vehicular movement even as pedestrians could […]

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