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    All ready to serve

    James Kon

    A total of 47 male warden recruits and five female warden recruits from the 1/2021 intake who completed their training participated in a passing out parade yesterday at the Parade Ground of the Prisons Department Training Centre, Maraburong, Tutong District.

    Director of Prisons Department Haji Mohammed Fadzillah bin Haji Ismail, the guest of honour, also inspected the parade line accompanied by Superintendent of Prisons, Pengiran Haji Mohammad Bahrin bin Pengiran Haji Jamaluddin, Acting Head of Prisons Training Centre.

    The ceremony included an award ceremony which saw Recruit Warden 848 Awangku Muhd Haziq Hafizul Muaz bin Pengiran Sahri receiving the Overall Best Male Recruit while Recruit Warden 857 Nur Syifa Ameerah binti Mohammad Noralimin received the Overall Best Female Recruit award.

    The award for Best in Law went to Recruit Warden 816 Abdul Hafiz bin Abdullah while the award for Best in Marching went to Recruit Warden 851 Muhd Syazwan Asnawi bin Johari.

    The award for Best in Physical Training went to Recruit Warden 817 Ali Haziq Irsyaduddin bin Ali Rahim and the Best in Shooting went to Recruit Warden 850 Lukas bin Hammedali.

    ABOVE & BELOW: Director of Prisons Department Haji Mohammed Fadzillah bin Haji Ismail hands over awards to Recruit Warden 848 Awangku Muhd Haziq Hafizul Muaz bin Pengiran Sahri as the Overall Best Male Recruit; and Recruit Warden 857 Nur Syifa Ameerah binti Mohammad Noralimin as the Overall Best Female Recruit. PHOTOS: JAMES KON

    ABOVE & BELOW: Haji Mohammed Fadzillah salutes the warden recruits; and the warden recruits conduct the passing out parade

    Recruit Warden 817 Ali Haziq Irsyaduddin in expressing his gratitude, said, “There were hard days during training but I was always motivated to overcome the challenges thanks to my father’s encouragement.

    “I also wanted to set a good example for my family that hard work is rewarded.”

    He said those applying to be new recruits should be physically and mentally prepared.
    Meanwhile, 850 Lukas added that receiving the award was motivating.

    “I felt privileged to be able to receive the award. I will continue to work hard to contribute to the Prisons Department,” he said.

    Also in attendance were heads and deputies of management as well as family members of the recruits.

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