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Nigerian Correctional Service gets six new DCGs


Six ACGs have been promoted to the rank of Deputy Controllers General of Corrections (DCGs).

Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire, and Immigration Service Boards (CDCFIB) received promotions.

Mr Abubakar Umar, spokesman for the (NCoS), stated this in a statement issued on Saturday in Abuja.


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Adbullahi Magaji, Ahmadu Adamu, Timothy Tinuoye, Marylaurene Melchizedek, Jerome Akinrujomu, and Joseph Usendiah were named as the promoted superior officers by Umar.


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He stated that the newly promoted DCGs and their spouses were decorated with their new ranks by the Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola.

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He reported Aregbesola congratulating them on their new positions and urging them to work harder to meet the service’s mandates.

He reiterated that the Federal Government and the majority of Nigerians expected them to use their expertise and experiences to improve the fortunes of Nigeria’s correctional administration.



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According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the promoted DCGs have since been assigned to various service directorates.

Section 1 (3a) of the Nigerian Correctional Service Act 2019 calls for at least eight Deputy Controllers-General of Corrections, one of whom will be in charge of the newly established non-custodial service directorate.


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