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prison is no nice place

Mr. Thomas Kevaro, A venture that he carries on with immense pride, is that of running short courses in welding for the inmates of the Correctional Centre, Rove. Fr. Moise was on the look out for an instructor to teach welding to the prison inmates and one morning asked Thomas, “Are you ready to teach a unit of the welding course to the prisoners?” “Give me a week to think about it”, replied Thomas. Inspired by the example of Don Bosco, who cared for prisoners, he made his decision and gave Fr. Moise a positive answer the next morning. He ran a three-month course for prisoners and is now running a weekly class in welding for the Juvenile youngsters. “The prisoners enjoy the experience and learn a lot of values as well”, said Thomas. He is proud to share his skills and all that he has learnt with the youngsters. “Prison is not a nice place to be in. It is small and the inmates are confined to a limited space”, says Thomas. “Stay free from problems, enjoy your life outside and focus on your goals for your future and your family”, is his advice to the youth of Solomon Islands.

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