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Wardens clean home

Mary Rauto
Monday, February 20, 2012

STAFF members of the Fiji Corrections Service headquarters took time out to clean a home for the elderly.

The clean-up at Pearce Home on Butt Street in Suva was part of efforts by the FCS to help the elderly and keep the environment clean.

FCS spokeswoman Ana Tudrau-Tamani said staff members and inmates take part in civic pride as part of their quarterly activity.

She said last week Prisons Commissioner Lieutenant Colonel Ifereimi Vasu led his staff in cleaning the Suva foreshore.

Mrs Tamani said in a statement staff from the Naboro complex helped clean up the Father Law Home in Lami three weeks ago.

These, she said included officers from the Pre-Release, Medium, Maximum and Minimum Correction centres.





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