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Tunde Ladipo

16 Jun 2021
The Nigeria Correctional Service, (NCOs), has announced a shake-up in the top management of the agency as part of new strategy to reposition it for effective service delivery. Controller-General of the service, Haliru Nababa, said "the deployments are geared towards injecting new ideas in the management of the Service to address emerging challenges as well…
14 Sep 2019
Recently, there was a great gathering of people in the courtyard of the Nigerian Correctional Services, Lagos State Command Headquarters, Alagbon, Ikoyi. The crowd was made up of both officials, serving and retired, various stakeholders, NGOs, representatives of international agencies, family and friends. All came from far and near for the special event that took place there.
16 Apr 2019
Controller of Prisons in Lagos State, Tunde Ladipo has been elevated to the rank of Assistant Controller General (ACG) out of 105 officers who attended the promotion interview.
8 Oct 2017
Tunde Ladipo made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos. He said that a number of inmates were still in prison for inability to pay fines.

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