BREAKING: 8 Years After, N’Delta Activist, Kuku Surfaces

Report reaching INFO DAILY says A Niger Delta activist and politican,

Kingsley Kimibradigha Kuku has triumphantly enterred his home town, Arogbo, Ese-Odo Local Government Area of Ondo State.

Kuku went on hiding few months after the swearing of President Mohammadu Buhari and the consequent hunting of his person by the Buhari’s adminstration.

His sudden emergence in his hometown, Arogbo, after over eight years of hiding is being currently celebrated by sons and daughters of the town.

Kuku was appointed the Chairman of the Presidential Amnesty Programme for ex-agitators in the oil-bearing communities in the Niger Delta, during President Goodluck Jonathan administration.

He was a pioneer member of Ijaw Youth Council (IYC),a notable ethnic rights group in Nigeria; and was the second spokesman of the council.


After his involvement with the Ijaw Youth Council, Kuku contested and was elected as member of Ondo State House of Assembly and thereafter became the chairman of the house committee for a period of four years.

He has remained a pioneer in the development and restoration of lasting peace in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria.

As at the time of filing this report, he’s speaking at a party organized by the Arogbo Ibe Day celebration committee

More details to follow.

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