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Prepare for Life After Oil, Govt Advises Amnesty Beneficiaries

[This Day] Port Harcourt -As the world marked the United Nations 2017 International Youth Day saturday, the federal government has warned youth in the country, especially beneficiaries of the amnesty programme in the Niger Delta region to prepare for life after oil....

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Published By: AllAfrica Nigeria - Sunday, 13 August, 2017

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