37 inmates of the Nigeria Correctional Service admitted and matriculated into the National Open University of Nigeria

The Nigeria Correctional Service revealed on Friday, 28th of May, 2021 that 37 of its inmates were admitted and matriculated into the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).

This was revealed in a statement by the Public Relations Officer of Nigeria Correctional Service, Mr. Francis Enobore in Abuja, noting that this was the second matriculation ceremony at the Custodial Centre, under the umbrella of NOUN.

It was also disclosed that the inmates were admitted to study various courses as Business Administration, Political Science, Criminology and Security Studies, Journalism, Peace, and Conflict Resolution, Accounting, Economics, Christian Religious Studies and Economics Education.

Mr. Francis Enobore said, “The Vice-Chancellor of NOUN, Prof. Olufemi Peters, represented by Dr. Segun Adenuga, the Director of Ogun Study center, took the enrollee through the orientation program.

“The programme exposed their minds to what is expected of them as students of National Open University of Nigeria.”

The statement also quoted the Controller of Corrections, Ogun Command, Mojeed Olaniran, who congratulated the inmates and encouraged them to make good use of the opportunity.

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