Kano Chief Judge Frees 39 Prison Inmates
The chief judge of Kano State, Justice Nura Sagir Umar has released 37 inmates across the Custodial Centers in the state. This is part of the decongestion effort championed by the Federal government.
During the 2 days jail delivery exercise, the chief judge urged the released inmates to be good behavior and to make good use of the opportunity given to them to engage themselves in productive ventures instead of crime. He also gave them a transport fare of N2000 each for them to be able to get to their homes. His entourages include the Attorney General of the state, the Commissioner of Justice, Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association Kano branch, Chief Registrar, and representatives from Prisoners Rehabilitation and Welfare Action (PRAWA), Public Dependant Office (PDO) and other stake holders.
On his part, The Controller of Correctional Service Kano State Command, Suleiman T. Suleiman heavily represented by the Deputy Controller of Corrections in charge of Medium Security Custodial Center Kano, Yunusa Lawan urged the released inmates to restrain themselves from any misconduct and to be law abiding citizens and to engage themselves in a productive venture which can bring development to the state and the nation at large.
DSC MUSBAHU LAWAN K/NASSARAWA
CPRO KANO COMMAND