28 INMATES OF IKOYI PRISONS TO SIT FOR JAMB

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About twenty-eight inmates of Ikoyi Prisons will write the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), 2015, which starts on Monday.

The principal of Ikoyi Prisons School, Mr. Ayodele Obarewo, made the disclosure on Monday in Lagos during an interactive session with the media.

Mr. Obarewo who expressed his confidence in the ability of all the inmates sitting for the exam to pass with high marks, said the school had prepared them adequately.

“We have been preparing the candidates to the best of our ability, and they have equally shown determination and focus to excel.

“Some teachers have been coming around to take them in various subjects as well as computer practice.

“They have been showing great zeal to write this examination, especially those whose term will soon expire.

“Such candidates are putting extra efforts to excel, to be able to participate in the post UTME.

“However, we need more equipment in the facility, that will enable us to accommodate more of the inmates, who are interested in furthering their education”, Obarewo said.

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