“There Should Be No Room For Indolence” – CG Tells Officers

(Last Updated On: 2022-01-22)


The Controller General, Nigerian Correctional Service NCoS, Haliru Nababa has told officers and men of the Corps that the service will not tolerate any form of indolence, charging them to do more to ward off external attacks on custodial centres.

Nababa stated this on Friday in Abuja in a message to the management and staff of the service.

“As you all are aware, our dear country is sadly challenged with a lot of security issues resulting in a series of external jail attacks. This trend is quite alarming as it threatens the sovereignty and prosperity of our nation.

“However, we are not resting on our oars to ensure that we stem the tide and put to shame all enemies of the state.

“As we face the year 2022, we shall consolidate on the gains so far made and devise better means of surmounting all challenges. We will continue to rally support from both state and non-state actors, as well as members of the public to overcome the challenges.

“While I work hard to ensure that all officers and men are well equipped and favourably disposed to discharge their duties, there shall be no room for the indolence of any sort”, he stated.

“Therefore, we intend to revive our Industries and strengthen our Farm Centres to enhance inmates training and value reorientation. We will also strive to encourage the virtues of discipline, hard work and dedication among personnel for greater motivation”, he stated.



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