Have you visited any relatives or friends in prison lately? Can you imagine when it will be Bainimarama's turn, I would like to be the Prison Officer at that time.
Students visit Suva prison14 August, 2009The Dudley Interrmediate School students inside the Suva Prison.A historic tour of the Suva Prison for Dudley Intermediate School Year Seven students, have taught them a lesson on the consequence of life’s choices.
The students who toured the Suva Prison had the opportunity to visit the old prison buildings, the cells of the condemned inmates and the execution chamber.During the educational tour of the prison facilities the student were informed about the history of the facility.
The students also visited the renovated prison cells to see for themselves what accommodation is like in the prison facilities.During the tour the students were given a brief on the Fiji Prisons and Correctional Service’s Yellow Ribbon Project by programme coordinator Principal Prison Officer Isireli Dausiga.
The teacher accompanying the students Mrs Vakalalabure said that theme for her student’s tour was “Choice of today determines your tomorrow”.“This visit was an opportunity for the students to understand the reality of life.“Children have to be informed of the consequences of life,” Mrs Vakalalabure said. http://www.corrections.org.fj/