NICOWA, MALPAI Free 69 Prison Inmates by Paying Fines in North-West
The Nigerian Correctional Service Officer’s Wives Association NICOWA, under the able leadership of Ambassador Hajiya Gwamma Ja’afaru Ahmed, AICMC, Uwar Marayun Kalgo, has paid fine of 25 inmates of sokoto and zamfara custodial centers. While Her Excellency First lady of kebbi state who officially commissioned 2-blocks of 13-ultra modern NICOWA shops at the medium security custodial center in Birnin Kebbi has through her non governmental organisation; Mass Almajiri Literacy and Poverty Alleviation Initiative (MALPAI), paid fine of 44 inmates with good conduct from kebbi correctional facilities, all in a bid to decongest the custodial facilities.
MALPAI Foundation donates 20 bags of rice,100 piece of mosquito net and cartons of slippers to the inmates.
In a 2-days grand occasion that ends today, NICOWA in partnership with Women’s Right Advocacy and Protection Alternative (WRAPA) Kebbi chapter,sponsored the enrollment of 120 out of school girl child in kawara village. Including donations of the sum of N:100,000 naira PTA levies, shoes, bags, writing materials, uniform as well as 40 cartons of indomie to the affected pupils.
In kalgo local government area, Uwar Marayun kalgo, sponsors disabled lady to university and donate the sum of N:200,000 naira, 30 bags of rice,5 bags of millet,40 cartons of indomie,40 cartons of spaghetti and cartons of slippers to orphans and vulnerable children. Mrs Ja’afaru also donates N:1,000,000 naira and 30 bags of rice to MALPAI Foundation.
Controller of Correction,Nigerian Correctional Service, kebbi state command, Abu Sanu, commends NICOWA leadership for empowering more than 70 windows of fallen officers from kebbi,sokoto and zamfara commands with grinding machines and vocational tools to ameliorate their plight.
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