Sun, 30 Dec 2018 11:54 - Updated Sun, 30 Dec 2018 11:54
Home Ministry reinforces commitment to prisoners' vocational training
Lubango - The delegation of the Home Ministry (Minint) in central Huíla province will reinforce its commitment to the vocational training of the prisoners in 2019 to elevate their workforce potential and involve them in productive activities, as part of the criminal reeducation process.
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Huíla: Commissioner Arnaldo Carlos
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This was disclosed on Saturday by local head of the Penitentiary Services Arnaldo Carlos, on the occasion of the year-end greetings, adding that the penitentiary service, in addition to its task, should increase the training of inmates to enable them to improve their performance as good citizens, when leave the prison.
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