57 Kuje inmates to sit for 2019 WAEC exams
The Controller of Correctional Service, FCT Command Mustapha Illyasu Atta has urged the inmates of kuje custodial centre who are registered and are writing the ongoing West African Examinations Council for external candidates to shun all forms of examination malpractices as that may bring to disrepute the reformation processes the service has imbibed into them.
Mr Atta gave this advice during his inspection of the examination venue in the Kuje custodial centre where 57 inmates were billed to write the examination.
During the inspection tour, the Controller disclosed that with the assistance of some non governmental organizations, the centre was able to register these 57 inmates for the examination and also informed the general public of the open door policy of the Controller General of Correctional Service Ahmed Jaafaru, urging other well meaning Nigerians, agencies and organizations to extend their social responsibilities to these inmates in order to foster their re socialisation and protect the society.
He also encouraged the inmates to be good ambassadors of the custodial centre and exhibit in all facets of their lives, the reformation processes that have been imbibed into them by the staff.
The Kuje Custodial centre has been a WAEC examination centre since 2010 and has over time registered over 700 inmates for the examination.