The EndSARS Judiciary Panel of Inquiry into extra judicial killings and violation of human rights in Ebonyi State has recommended the sum of N189,000 million to be paid to determined cases of victims in the state.
The panel also recommended the establishment of permanent commission to oversee cases of judicial killings and violations of human rights in the state by security agencies.
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The Chairman of the panel retired Justice Aloy Nwankwagu made this known on Wednesday while presenting its reports to the state governor, David Umahi, at old Goverment House, Abakiliki.
Nwankwagu said the panel during its nine months of sitting received 71 cases.
Out of these cases, he said 51 were treated while 20 were struck out.
The panel recommended that any officers found waiting on cases of human right violations or other related extra-judicial killings in Ebonyi State should be punished.