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Enugu panel calls for memos on Oruku crisis


The Judicial Commission of Inquiry set up by Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi to investigate the recent crisis in Oruku, Nkanu East Council, which led to the death of the monarch, Igwe Emmanuel Mba, has called for memoranda from the general public.

Secretary of the Commission, Dr. Godwin Anigbo, stated: “The memoranda shall be in 10 copies typed on A4 paper, and addressed to: The Chairman, Judicial Commission of Inquiry into the killing of HRH Igwe Emmanuel Chidiebere Mba, Court 8, Judiciary Headquarters, opposite WAEC Office, Enugu.

“The deadline for submission of memoranda shall be Monday, February 1, 2021.”

Ugwuanyi, while inaugurating the panel headed by Justice Harold Eya, charged the members to expeditiously and most sincerely discharge the onerous task, which outcome, he said, will inform further government actions on the Oruku crisis.


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