The President of
UNODC Maritime Crime Program coordinator
Presidency sources told GO that the discussions centred on the dire economic situation at 500-bed prison facility in the outskirts of Garowe.
Though, President Gaas' administration failed to address electricity shortage 80%, salaries of custodian corps officers and facility renovations, sources declined to be named in print further noted that UN delegation expressed displeasure over the prevailing matters with electricity consumption at the vanguard.
According to information obtained by GO, under the implementation of UNODC, donors are charged with 20% of power, trainings and inmates' health care expenses amongst others.
President Gaas reportedly notified visiting delegation of his previous order for budget being allotted to the prison facility.
Separately, UNODC Deputy Chief for
The two discussed the outcome of investigation launched into the killing of two expatriates working for United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime after the terrible incident strained Puntland's ties with the UN.
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