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EndSARS protests: Enugu panel opens to complaints until Nov 19

It follows the hijack the hijack by miscreants of the peaceful #ENDSARS protests.

A panel of inquiry constituted by the Enugu State Government on the recent loss of lives and other grievous bodily injuries to private citizens and security personnel is now open to complaints and memos from victims.

It follows the hijack the hijack by miscreants of the peaceful #ENDSARS protests.

The panel is to continue receiving petitions until November 19 and will recommend compensation for victims.

The panel gave the reminder when its members led by their Chairman, Justice Fredrick Obieze (rtd.), paid advocacy visits to leaders of various religious groups in the state, on the genuine intention of the state government to ensure  victims are compensated appropriately as well as the need to engage them for adequate and timely information dissemination through all their places of worship to enable people access the panel for submissions.

The panel said that the letters and memoranda which should be in two copies and/or a soft copy “should be submitted on or before November 19, 2020 at the Conference Room, Office of the Head of Service, State Secretariat Enugu.  Email: endsarspanel@gmail.com”.

Also, the panel asked interested members of the public to call the following numbers: 0806 846 7334, 08126270512, for further inquiries.

Daily Trust gathered that the religious leaders visited include the Catholic Bishop of Enugu Diocese, Most Rev. C.V.C Onaga, Archbishop Emmanuel O.  Chukwuma of Enugu Ecclesiastical Province (Anglican Communion), Archbishop Christopher Edeh of the Methodist Church Nigeria and the Sarki Hausa in Enugu, among others.