Independence Day: Lalong Acquitts four prisoners
The governor of Plateau State, Simon Lalong has granted pardon to four prison convicts.
Lalong revealed this at Rwang Pam Township Stadium, Jos while speaking at the 61st Independence Day Anniversary. jamb results
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According to Daily Post, in his words, “In the spirit of the 61st Independence Anniversary and in exercise of the powers conferred on me as Governor in Section 212 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria 1999 (As Amended), after due consultation with the State Advisory Council on Prerogative Of Mercy, I have granted absolute pardon to four prisoners serving jail terms having been convicted for various offences.”
“All these pardons are granted for reasons of good conduct, with effect from the different dates of sentences,” he added.
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