Nigeria Prison Service
No fewer than 129 inmates of the Enugu Maximum Security Prison of the Nigeria Prison Service will sit for the National Examination Council November/December examination.
Dambazau gave the warning in a statement issued by Yakmut Alhassan, Secretary to the Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prisons Services Board, on Tuesday in Abuja.
Their decision was announced after a joint meeting at the headquarters of the Imo State Police Command in Owerri on Monday
In a statement by the Public Relations Officer of the Command, Monday Chukwuemeka, on Monday, Agozie was caught with the illegal substance at about 11:00 a.m during prison visitation by relatives of inmates on Sunday.
The Controller General of Prisons, Ja’afaru Ahmed, disclosed this when he received the Public Education Award and Certificate of Excellence on Public Sector from Superior Achievement in Branding and Engagement in Abuja.
The year started with the carryover of the promotion of over 10,000 officers and men of the Nigerian Prisons Service which was announced towards the twilight of 2016. This is considered as the largest since the inception of the service.…
Ahmed, who received an Award of Icon of Crisis Management in Nigeria from the Centre of Crisis Communication, stated this at a workshop on Information Management for Command Officers and Public Relations Officers of the Nigerian Prisons…
Justice Nathan Musa of Yola High Court on Monday granted bail to Ngilari, currently in the prison for a five-year jail sentence, on health grounds, after he appealed against his conviction
The number, according to the Vice-Chancellor, is distributed across the 77 study centres scattered all over the country, touching all the states, local government areas and the six geopolitical zones
He retired in 2010 as Assistant Superintendent of Prison in the Nigeria Prison Service after serving for over 30 years
The state Governor, Ayo Fayose, gave this directive in a statement signed by his Special Assistant on Public Communication and New Media, Lere Olayinka
The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission had earlier in May, 2015 arraigned the Abdu, an inspector in the Dog Unit of the Nigerian Prisons Service, Kuje, Abuja, before the court over job racketeering
Shema said on Saturday in Owerri that such collaboration was required to tackle challenges such as prisons congestion and jail breaks, which are now militating against quality service by the NPS
The mai ruwas have also threatened to sue the Comptroller General and other security agencies in Niger State for unlawful arrest of legal businessmen who are law abiding