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[PHOTOS] 51 prison wardens graduate from film school

The officers were drawn across various prisons in Nairobi Region.

In Summary

• This exercise comes after they underwent a thorough training program in the film school.

• The trained officers who underwent a three-week intensive training on film production, will be able to impart the skills to inmates and fellow staff in their respective prisons. 

The graduation of 51 prisons wardens at Kenya Film School on September 29, 2021. This comes after they underwent a thorough training program in the film school. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO
The graduation of 51 prisons wardens at Kenya Film School on September 29, 2021. This comes after they underwent a thorough training program in the film school. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO

Fifty-one prison wardens on Wednesday graduated from the Kenya Film School-Kasarani, after studying film production.

The ceremony was held at the film school.

The officers were drawn across various prisons in Nairobi region.

ICT CAS Maureen Mbaka awards Langata women's prison Senior Sergeant Susan Marita with a graduation certificate at KFC school on September 29, 2021. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO
ICT CAS Maureen Mbaka awards Langata women's prison Senior Sergeant Susan Marita with a graduation certificate at KFC school on September 29, 2021. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO

The trained officers who underwent a three-week intensive training on film production, will be able to impart the skills to inmates and fellow staff in their respective prisons.

The CAS of Ministry of Information and Technology, Maureen Mbaka presided over the launch.

Kenya Film Commission CEO Peter Mutie awards Kamiti Maximum Prison Senior Sergeant Paul Omondi with a graduation certificate at KFC school on September 29, 2021. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO
Kenya Film Commission CEO Peter Mutie awards Kamiti Maximum Prison Senior Sergeant Paul Omondi with a graduation certificate at KFC school on September 29, 2021. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO

The Commissioner General of Prisons, Wycliffe Ogallo, extended his gratitude towards the Kenya Film Commission, the Kenya Film School and the Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology for their support towards the service and promised his unwavering support in ensuring continuity of future similar trainings.

Graduates hold their certificates during the graduation of 51 prisons wardens at Kenya Film School on September 29, 2021. This comes after they underwent a thorough training program in the film school. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO
Graduates hold their certificates during the graduation of 51 prisons wardens at Kenya Film School on September 29, 2021. This comes after they underwent a thorough training program in the film school. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO

The Nairobi West Prison talent dance group entertained the guest during the graduation ceremony that saw the graduates awarded with their certificates.

Nairobi West Prison talent dance group entertain the guest during the graduation of 51 prison wardens at Kenya Film School on September 29, 2021. This comes after they underwent a thorough training program in the film school. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO
Nairobi West Prison talent dance group entertain the guest during the graduation of 51 prison wardens at Kenya Film School on September 29, 2021. This comes after they underwent a thorough training program in the film school. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO
Graduates hold their certificates during the graduation of 51 prisons wardens at Kenya Film School on September 29, 2021. This comes after they underwent a thorough training program in the film school. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO
Graduates hold their certificates during the graduation of 51 prisons wardens at Kenya Film School on September 29, 2021. This comes after they underwent a thorough training program in the film school. PHOTO/MERCY MUMO