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WAEC: 124 inmates of Enugu Maximum Prison credit English, mathematics

NO fewer than 124 inmates of the Enugu Maximum Prison credited more than five subjects including English and Mathematics in the recently released 2018 November/December West African Examination Council (WAEC) results. Mr Monday Chukwuemeka, the Public Relations Officer of the Nigerian Prisons Service, Enugu State Command made the disclosure in a statement issued in Enugu […]
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Christmas: Catholic bishop feeds 991 inmates in Jos prison

Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama, the Catholic Archbishop of Jos, fed 991 inmates of the Jos Prison on Christmas Day. The Catholic priest said that the gesture was aimed at giving the prisoners a sense of belonging in the society. “Christmas is a season of love and alms-giving, and these prisoners are part of the society, […]
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We sit on bare floor to learn, Inmates of Home for the Needy cry for help

A trip to the camp for the needy situated in Uhogua, Ovia North East Local Government Area of Edo State from Benin City, the state capital, takes an average of 30 minutes from the two access points to the place , Benin-Lagos Road and Egor-Iguobazuwa Road, with minor traffic holdup and other exigencies taken into consideration.
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Over 100 inmates have mental illness—Lagos govt

The newly-inaugurated Lagos Criminal Information System, LCIS, an electronic system for tracking and capturing biometric details of suspects and offenders, has revealed that over 100 inmates of Lagos prisons have mental illness and HIV/AIDS.
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13 prison inmates matriculate

13 prison inmates matriculate

Samuel Awoyinfa, Abeokuta Thirteen male inmates of the Ibara Prison in Ogun State were on Friday matriculated at the  National Open University of Nigeria for six degree programmes. Dressed in academic gowns, they took the oath of good behaviour before the Director of the Abeokuta Study Centre of NOUN,  Prof. Olatunde Salau, Controller of Prisons, […] …

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