The Amnesty programme of the federal government has ensured the stability in the Niger Delta region.
The initiative is also saving the country over nine hundred billion naira monthly.
This revelation was made by the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Chairman, Amnesty Programme, Kingsley Kuku in Abuja.
Kuku, who spoke at a two-day workshop in Nigeria, said issue of infrastructure that impacts on people’s lives should not be taken with levity.
Represented by his Special Assistant Henry Ugbolue, Kuku cited the Niger Delta and the threat posed to the nation’s economy by incessant violence visited on oil and gas infrastructure in the height of militancy in the region.