Posted by News Express | 11 November 2020 | 781 times
By PAMELA EBOH, Awka
Anambra State Panel of Enquiry on Police Brutality, Extra-Judicial Killings and Other Related Matters has announced the receipt of 114 petitions from victims of the recently disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
Chairman of the panel in Anambra, Justice Veronica Umeh (Rtd), stated this during the panel’s sitting at the Anambra State Government House.
She said: “More petitions are coming in, and so far, 114 petitions has been received.
“We have started in earnest. We have 114 petitions so far. We dismissed some the other day and treated some too. We have a total of 114 now, and from Thursday, we will announce a new sitting arrangement, and we want you all to bear with us.
“From next week, we will produce a tag for all members of the panel, so that it would be easy for us to know who is who. I urge you all to submit your passports. Journalists are also expected to clearly display their press tags very clearly, so we know those who are here.”
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