HOSTCOM blast Boroh over inclusion of kidnappers in pipeline surveillance
Lagos State School Students as conditions for their release.
The protesters carried placards with various inscriptions as, “Pipeline Surveillance belongs to HOSTCOM and the Ex-militants”, “HOSTCOM objects diversion of pipeline Surveillance”, “Leave pipeline Surveillance matters for face crises”, “Brig. Gen. Boroh should concentrate on the Amnesty Program only.”
High Chief Tamaraebi who was flanked by his National Secretary, Evang. Ibinabobo Sanipe, the Delta State Chairman of HOSTCOMM, Hon.(Dr.) P.K. Egedegbe, Prince Maikpobi Okareme, National Coordinator and Brig. Gen.
Minemu Joseph Abel, National Security Adviser said, “We expect nothing less than for the Federal Government to invite us to sign the
agreement already reached with NNPC who are in charge.”