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Hundreds of people from all walks of life, from the disciplined services, NGOs, hotel industry, families of former and current inmates joined the Fiji Corrections Services in the 10th Yellow Ribbon Walk on Saturday, October 21st in Suva.

Chief guest , Chair of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence, the Hon Netani Rika commended the members of the FCS for their commitment to the rehabilitation of those who had broken the law.

“I acknowledge and grateful for the hard work and commitment of all men and women of the service including the prayers and support of your families at home,” Mr Rika said.

“As we remember our brothers and sisters under-going rehabilitation inside and our acceptance of those released into our homes, let us give each other a second chance.”

Fiji Corrections Services (FCS) Commissioner, Commander Francis Kean thanked everyone that came out to participate.

“I want to thank the families and also the organisations both in the private and public sectors for this morning walk.

“This is an acknowledgement for those under our care. This is part of their journey on their road to acceptance,” Commander Kean said.

Also on show on the day where the Special Business Units who came out to show case their products.

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