Nigerian Prisons Service
  TENDER OPENS FOR SUPPLY OF FOODSTUFF AND GAS TO PRISONS
 

In compliance with the provision of Public Procurement Acts 2007 regarding the procurement of goods, works and services, the Nigerian Prisons Service hereby invites interested reputable gas suppliers/dealers and food contractors/suppliers to tender for the supply of cooking gas and foodstuff respectively to the prisons and satellite prisons in Nigeria.

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  PROFILE OF THE NEW CGP (CD)
 

There is a new leadership at the Nigerian Prisons Service. 

 

Presented below is the profile of Alhaji Aminu Suleh, mni the new Controller General of Prisons (Covering Duties). Aminu will hold the leaderhsip of the Nigerian Prisons Service until such a time the Presidency either confirms his appointment or appoints a new CGP. 

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  ZAKARI RETIRES, AMINU TAKES OVER
 

After 35 years of Service to fatherland in the Nigerian Prisons Service, the last 2 years and 7 months as the Controller General of Prisons, Mr Zakari Ibrahim, MFR, mni has handed over the leadership of the NPS to the most senior Deputy Controller General of Prisons, Alhaji Aminu Suley to cover the duties of the office until he is confirmed or a substantive CGP is appointed by the Presidency. 

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  OVER 3,700 SENIOR PRISON OFFICERS PROMOTED
 

The Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prisons Service Board (CDFIPB) has released teh promotion of over 3,700 Senior Prison Officers 

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  NNEWI PRISON COMMISSIONED
 

Another modern prison has been added to the number of existing facilities in the Nigeria Prisons Service. The Minister of Interior, Comrade Abba Moro accompanied by the Executive Governor of Anambra State, Mr Willie Obiano, has commissioned a new medium security prison in Nnewi, Anambra State. 

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  PRISON INMATE BAGS UNIVERSITY DEGREE
 

Drums rolled out at the National Theatre Exhibition Hall, Iganmu, Lagos, recently as a Prison inmate was awarded Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management, at the 3rd Convocation Ceremony, National University of Nigeria.

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  31 INMATES OF KUJE PRISON MATRICULATE
 

It was another milestone that was reached by the Nigerian Prisons Service’s quest for proper reformation and rehabilitation of prisoners for eventful and productive life after prison. The collaboration between the Nigerian prisons Service and the National Open University of Nigeria has borne another fruit as some inmates of the Medium Security Prisons Kuje matriculate.

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  CASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM COMMISSIONED IN ENUGU
 

The plight of the inmates of the Nigerian Prisons Service, especially those awaiting trial is set to be aggressively addressed.

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