Pastor Reuben Wilson, The National President of Leadership, Peace, Cultural Development Initiative ( LPCDI), has opened up on the controversies surrounding some amount of money paid into his account through the Presidential Amnesty office.
Reacting to a publication credited to him over some undisclosed amount paid into his personal account from the Amnesty office, the Ex-Militant In an interview with DAILY POST on Saturday made it known that the money was not his personal money but stipends meant for the four hundred and eleven (411) Ex-militants under his camp.
He said “When some of my boys went for studies abroad and the difficulty associated with obtaining BVN came up, I called a meeting of the boys in my camp and it was agreed that the N65,000 being the stipends for my boys be paid into my personal account and later distributed to their individual accounts.
“Some persons are thinking that the Amnesty Office has paid money into my personal account. No, it is for the 411 persons in my camp. It is for my boys, not my money.
“In my camp, you could attest to the fact that my boys have never complained of not being paid their monthly stipends, he said
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