Nigerian Govt to partner UNODC on correctional service reform

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The Federal Government has restated its commitment to collaborate with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, UNODC, in upgrading the status of Nigeria’s Correctional Service.
The Minister of Interior, Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo, made this disclosure during a courtesy visit by the Country Representative of UNODC in Nigeria, Oliver Stolpe in Abuja.
He emphasized the urgency of implementing the “inmmate audit project” as soon as possible to actualize the desire of the Federal Government to transform the nation’s correctional centres to become correctional and reformative in nature rather than being destructive.
Olubummi also expressed gratitude to UNODC for their interventions, describing them as worthy partners.

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