‘Whoever Wants To Sabotage Us Will Be Shown The Way Out’ – Interior Minister, Tunji-Ojo Warns NCoS Personnel

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The Minister of Interior, Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo, has warned the Nigerian Correctional Service (NCoS) personnel to take their job seriously or get fired.

Bahdstreetvibes reports that Tunji-Ojo issued the warning on Wednesday during an assessment tour of the National Headquarters of the NCoS in Abuja.

The minister spoke following a series of attacks on custodial centres across the country in the last few years, even as no solution has been found to the perennial problem of prison congestion.

He insisted that no act of sabotage would be allowed from any of them, and anyone who attempted it would be shown the way out.

He said, “We are ready to show the door to whoever wants to sabotage us.”

Tunji-Ojo said he aims to implement the ‘Renewed Hope Agenda’ of President Bola Tinubu and would not allow anyone to sabotage his efforts.

He, however, vowed to make the service a correctional institution rather than a condemnation service.

Also speaking at the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), the minister raised concerns about the lack of correct data on expatriates in the country.

He promised to look into several agreements the NIS had with service providers, adding that those agreements held the Service back in actualising its mandates.

He said: “Any agreement (entered into by NIS) that is holding us back as a nation must go.”

The minister added that there is a need to reduce the waiting period to get an international passport, lamenting that Nigerians spend months to get the document.

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