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RESEARCH LIBRARY

Useful Publications and Information

GNPAI has amassed remarkable useful information. Working with our collaborators and alliance, We have compiled this research library with publications covering a number of information on corruption, peace issues, youth development issues, prisons, skill acquisition and training seminar campaigns from new trends to best practices. Browse the list below to read and download reports, studies and guides.

Peace

10 years occasioned by ethno-religious crises in Jos
The Increasing Violence In Nigeria

Prisons in Nigeria

970 Inmates Awaiting Execution In Prisons Across Nigeria
House Of Reps To Make Schooling For  Inmates Tuition-Free
Nigeria's Prison Rising Population
Prison Dog Better Fed Than Inmates In Nigeria
Suleja Prison Inmates Tell Their Stories
Horrors That Inmates Face In Nigeria Prisons

Corruption

What Is Corruption
The Effects Of Corruption
The Different Types Of Corruption
One Of The Solution To Nigeria's Corruption Problem
Death Penalty Not Solution To Corruption
The Integrity Question And Its Reflection On Corruption

 

 

 

 

PRISON DOG BETTER OFF THAN INMATE IN NIGERIA, GETS N3, 000 DAILY ALLOWANCE, INMATE N800.

Most Nigerians are familiar with the fact that the Nigerian Prisons Service (NPS) has resuscitated its hitherto abandoned dog patrol team to enhance effective control and stability of inmates. The measure is aimed at tackling the growing incident of jailbreak in prisons nationwide. Perhaps, the most interesting aspect of the dog patrol story is that the dogs in the kennel of the (NPS) may be more esteemed than the prisoners they watch over, and to some extent, the jailors themselves.

HORRORS THAT INMATES FACE IN NIGERIA PRISONS

Prisons are ideally reformative institutions, but the case is different in we hereby write on the horrendous experiences by inmates of Nigerian prisons
A prison is not expected to be exactly a bed of roses as the inmates are there for penal purposes. But neither is it also supposed to be a bed of thorns and thistles meant to snuff life out of the occupants. However, for the 49,000 inmates in various Nigerian prisons (29,000 of whom are awaiting trial, while 856 are on death row), hell cannot be worse.

10 YEARS OCCASIONED BY ETHNO-RELIGIOUS CRISES AND OTHER FORMS OF UPHEAVALS

Plateau State has witnessed turbulent periods in the past 10 years occasioned by ethno-religious crises and other forms of upheavals that have affected the image of the state and its sobriquet, Home of Peace and Tourism. Both the state and federal governments have been making concerted efforts to restore normalcy to the states, especially the northern part comprising Jos North, Jos South, Jos East, Riyom and Barakin-Ladi local government areas.