PHOTOS: Rivers’ Amnesty Programme harvest of deadly weapons

PHOTOS: Rivers’ Amnesty Programme harvest of deadly weapons

Wednesday, November 16, 2016 9:16 am


Rivers government on Tuesday concluded the first phase of the state Amnesty Programme as 22, 430 cultists accepted amnesty in the state. The State Governor, Nyesom Wike announced this during the submission of the report of the Rivers State Amnesty Programme in Port Harcourt  that about 22, 430 cultists accepted the amnesty while 911 assorted arms, 7661 assorted ammunition and 147 explosives were surrendered during the programme. Here are photos from the event

Governor Wike declaring the first phase of the State Amnesty Programme closed at the Government House,  Port Harcourt on Tuesday

Governor Wike declaring the first phase of the State Amnesty Programme closed at the Government House, Port Harcourt on Tuesday

rms , ammunitions and explosives recovered at the close of the Rivers State Amnesty Programme at the Government House , Port Harcourt on Tuesday .

Arms , ammunitions and explosives recovered at the close of the Rivers State Amnesty Programme at the Government House , Port Harcourt on Tuesday .

Rivers State Governor , Nyesom Ezenwo Wike and service commanders inspect assorted arms and ammunitions  recovered in  the  course of the Rivers State Amnesty Programme at the Government House , Port Harcourt on Tuesday .

Rivers State Governor , Nyesom Ezenwo Wike and service commanders inspect assorted arms and ammunitions recovered in the course of the Rivers State Amnesty Programme at the Government House , Port Harcourt on Tuesday .

 Rivers State Governor , Nyesom Ezenwo Wike declares the first phase of the State Amnesty Programme closed at the Government House , Port Harcourt on Tuesday

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