Wednesday, January 23, 2019

How Kirikiri Prison helped us become millionaires — Ex-inmates

Two ex-inmates of Kirikiri Prison, Lagos, James Etuk and Olawale Dada, say the carpentry skills they acquired during their incarceration resulted in their becoming...

Nyame excited as fellow inmates get haircuts in Kuje

A former governor of Taraba State, Rev. Jolly Nyame, on Tuesday joined his excited colleagues to celebrate stylish Christmas haircuts offered to 300 inmates...

Prison Wardens Beat Up Lawyer For Refusing To Pay Them For...

A Lawyer by the name, Amosu Sunday, of NBA Badagry branch, has been reportedly beaten up by some wardens from the Nigerian Prison Service...

Deji Adeyanju Regains Freedom After Spending Five Days In Prison

Deji Adeyanju, human rights activist who was arrested by police on Wednesday last week for leading a protest tagged #PoliceNotPoliticianProtest at force headquarters Abuja,...

HE’S IN PRISON AND DOING FINE! Togolese cook who killed Ope...

Sunday Anani, the suspected killer of late Chairman of Credit Switch Technology Limited, Chief Ope Bademosi, is not dead. The spokesperson for the Nigerian Prisons...

Disquiet in prisons over unpaid promotion arrears

There is a growing disquiet among officers of the Nigeria Prisons Service over alleged nonpayment of their promotion arrears for five years as well...

FEC approves purchase of firearms for Nigerian Prisons Service

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved the purchase of 400 Beretta assault rifles with 20,000 rounds of ammunition for the Nigeria Prisons Service. The...

Decongestion Exercise: Lagos State Judiciary Calls On The Bar To Send...

The Lagos State Judiciary through the office of the DCR Legal is calling on the bar and general public to send in certain particulars...

Jailed Nigerian senator, Joshua Dariye, submits APC nomination form from prison

A senator representing Plateau Central, Joshua Dariye, has submitted his APC nomination form to contest for senator in 2019 election. Mr Dariye is currently serving...

Malami Confirms 70% of Prisoners Awaiting Trial

The Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), has decried a situation where inmates awaiting trial constitute 70 percent...

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