The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Government of Japan have expressed their commitment to help Nigeria provide virtual justice facilities in correctional centers across the country.
Dr Umar Gwandu, special media and public relations assistant to the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN) revealed in a statement made available to reporters this week. -end.
He said AGF was preparing to launch nationwide virtual justice facilities at Kuje Correctional Center in Abuja on Monday and the acting director of the Criminal Justice Administration Reform Department from the Federal Ministry of Justice, Ms. Leticia Ayoola-Daniels, works diligently. with Ms. Onyinye Ndubuisi of UNDP to ensure the realization of the laudable project.
The statement said the development is a result of the precarious state of correctional facilities and the urgent need to speed up the decongestion of Nigeria’s correctional facilities.
According to Laticia, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the government of Japan are the financial sponsors of the deployment of virtual justice facilities at the Kuje Correctional Center.
The successes of the Presidential Committee on Prison Reform and Decongestion and the Federal Ministry of Justice have earned Nigeria the goodwill to receive the support and sponsorship of development partners and the international community.
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