Nigerians urged to end stigmatisation of ex-convicts

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Nigerians have been urged to stop stigmatising ex-convicts after they have regained freedom from prisons in order not to drag them into committing another crime that will send them back to jail.
The call was made by the Executive Director of an NGO, Heart That Truly Cares (HTTC), Josephine Alexander Ibinola, who stressed that what such people need is care, genuine love, encouragement, and counselling.
The HTTC Ed was fielding questions from Newsmen shortly after her NGO, in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Bauchi Central, the Alwadata Lifeline Initiative (ALLI), and the Atta Sister Helping Hand (ASHH) Foundation, pulled resources together to pay various sums as fines to secure the release of 21 convicts.

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