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> Former terrorist camps become tourist destinations?
post Feb 29 2008, 11:52 AM
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Rolling Stone

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After closing terrorist camps in Nigeria, the government is now inviting the world to come and visit them... Would you go? I don't know what could possibly be interesting at these places, but I don't think I would, not ever...


All militant camps in Bayelsa State will soon be converted to tourists attraction sites by the state government, the state governor, Chief Timipre Sylva, has said.

Briefing newsmen in Abuja on Monday on the forthcoming Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA), Governor Sylva said the militants camps will be the best sites for tourists when they visit the state.

He assured that all hands were on deck to ensure that peace remains in the state, saying that Bayelsa needs nothing but peace and stability to make it great.

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