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AbdulRazaq, Akeredolu raise judicial panels for Kwara, Ondo

By Odun Edward (Ilorin) and Oluwaseun Akingboye (Akure)
21 October 2020   |   3:00 am
Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, yesterday, inaugurated a 10-person judicial panel to look into the complaints of police brutality, human rights abuses, and extra-judicial killings by the protesters. Describing members of the team as persons of high integrity and impeccable character, the governor assured them of the needed assistance to succeed in the assignment. The…

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Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, yesterday, inaugurated a 10-person judicial panel to look into the complaints of police brutality, human rights abuses, and extra-judicial killings by the protesters.

Describing members of the team as persons of high integrity and impeccable character, the governor assured them of the needed assistance to succeed in the assignment.

The chairman is retired Justice Tunde Garba (rtd).

Other members are AIG Issa Ojibara (rtd); Ronke Adeyemi (CSO representative); Hajia Fati Audu (community representative); Kauthar Adeyi (youth representative); Mrs. Jumoke Olaoye (National Human Rights Commission) and Idris Gana of the Ministry of Justice.

The membership also included Nafisat Musa Buge (youth representative); Bilikis Salaudeen (youth representative) and Hassan Yusuf Adio (CSO).

IN the same vein, Governor Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu raised an eight-member team for the same exercise in Ondo State.

In a statement, yesterday in Akure by the Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Donald Ojogo, membership of the panel comprises Justice Salisu Adesola Sidiq (rtd) as chairperson and Lanre Amuda as secretary.

The committee also has Mrs. Banke Oloba and Ifeanyi Odili, representing civil society organisations (CSOs).

Others are CP Samuel Adetuyi (rtd), Oluyemi Fasipe (youth representative); Leo Ologun (representative of the office of the state Attorney-General), and Sunday Oyewole (representative of the National Human Rights Commission).