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Enugu chief judge pardons 129 inmates

No fewer than 129 prisoners were granted pardon in three prisons in Enugu State by the state’s Chief Judge, Justice Priscilla Emehelu as she concludes the 2018 jail delivery sessions.

2018: Governor Obiano pardons 71 convicted prisoners

Gov. Willie Obiano of Anambra has granted varying levels of pardon to no fewer than 71 convicted prisoners in the prisons in the state.

No more room for corrupt, indolent prison officers – Ja’afaru Ahmed

The Nigeria Prisons Service, NPS, yesterday, declared that there was no more place for any of its officials who condones corruption and indiscipline in the service.

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