A statement by the Public Relations Officer of the NCoS, Francis Enobore, on Friday in Abuja, said this was the second matriculation ceremony at the Custodial Centre, under the auspices of NOUN.
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The recaptured inmates escaped from the facility on Monday when gunmen invaded it, releasing about 1,844 inmates.
The Service Public Relations Officer, Francis Enobore, disclosed this in a statement early on Tuesday in Abuja.
The Acting Controller-General, NCoS, John Mrabure, disclosed this in statement by the Service Public Relations Officer, Controller of Corrections, Francis Enobore, on Monday in Abuja.
The Comptroller-General of NCoS, Ja’afaru Ahmed, disclosed this at a media parley and facility tour to Dukpa farm centre, Gwagwalada on Wednesday in Abuja
Also suspended is one junior personnel of the service over the unfortunate incident.
The Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prisons Services Board has approved the promotion of 18 Controllers of Prisons to the rank of Assistant Controller-General of Prisons service.
The remains of the retired Deputy Controller-General of Prisons, Dr Adewale Oloyede, have been buried in Volts and Garden at Ikoyi, Lagos, a Nigerian Prisons Service official has said.
The Nigerian Prisons Service has appealed to state governors to intervene in the management of over 2,500 inmates on death row and help decongest prison facilities.
The Nigerian Prisons Service says human element, infrastructural gaps and aggression by inmates are some factors that account for jail breaks in prisons across the country.
Francis Enobore, the Public Relations Officer of the service, said in a statement issued in Abuja that said that the remains were buried amid tears on Friday.
The Public Relations Officer of Nigeria Prisons Service, Francis Enobore, confirmed the death of Gwali in a statement on Tuesday in Abuja.
The Controller General of the Service, Jaafaru Ahmed, made the disclosure at the quarterly meeting of the Penal Reform Media Network in Lagos.
Francis Enobore, the NPS Spokesperson, said this in a statement issued on Wednesday in Abuja
During the said raid, not less that 264 mobile telephone sets were reported to have been seized
He explained that an un-convicted prisoner on admission was usually told that he may be supplied with food at his own expense or at the expense of his friends (self-feeding)