11 Prison Inmates Released

11 Prison Inmates Released

The Chief Judge in Bauchi State, Justice Rabi T. Umar, has asked that 11 prison inmates be released from Custodial Centres in Bauchi State Command.

INDEPENENCE reports that Justice Rabi T. Umar visited the custodial centres with members of the Administration of Criminal Justice Committee which include the Nigerian Police, the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Bauchi Chapter, the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) from the Ministry of Justice and the Controller of Corrections.

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As reported by the INDEPEDENCE, the custodial centres visited include Jama’are, Ningi Misau, Zaki, Gamawa and Azare respectively. Information Guide Nigeria

Justice Rabi T. Umar charged the inmates to be law-abiding in order to avoid being arrested again. Jamb Result

He assured them of the government’s commitment to addressing problems, urging them to exercise patience.

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Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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