Two Jos prison escapees brought back by their mother — NCoS Official
The Nigerian Correctional Service (NCoS), Plateau Command, has arrested 21 inmates who escaped from the Jos custodial centre when gunmen attacked the facility.
Two of the inmates were brought back to the custodial centre by their mother.
This was disclosed by ASC Geofrey Longdiem, the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the command on Tuesday in Jos.
Gunmen invaded the custodial centre on Nov. 28, killed a personnel of the Nigerian Correctional Service (NCoS) and nine inmates, while 252 inmates escaped during the invasion.
Mr Mohammed Tukur, Deputy Controller General of NCoS, in charge of Operations, blamed the attack on the paucity of modern equipment and other gadgets.
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Longdiem said that the Service had in collaboration with other security agencies was working assiduously to arrest the remaining inmates
“As at today, we have recaptured 21 of the inmates who escaped during the last attack at our custodial centre in Jos,” he said
He said some of the inmates voluntarily returned.