In News by stephen abiodun on the 24th, October, 2020

Lekki Toll Gate taking pictures: Sanwo-Olu offers particulars on investigation

Lekki Toll Gate shooting: Sanwo-Olu gives details on investigation

The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has mentioned the phrases of reference of the Judicial Panel set as much as examine police brutality and rights violation has been expanded.

He disclosed this on Friday, whereas briefing reporters on the Lagos Home in Marina.

It comes three days after some #EndSARS protesters have been killed in a taking pictures on the Lekki toll gate.

“So what we now have completed is that we now have consulted and we at the moment are increasing the phrases of reference of the panel that we now have arrange as a result of it’s precisely the identical form of composition,” Governor Sanwo-Olu mentioned.

“That very same panel headed by retired Justice Doris Okuwobi will probably be investigating all the points that occurred on the Toll Plaza on Tuesday evening. Their phrases of reference have been expanded and for emphasis, the sitting will begin on Monday on the Lagos Court docket of Arbitration Worldwide Centre in Lekki.”

The governor additionally requested residents to supply the panel with helpful data that may assist in the efficient probe towards SARS operatives.

He mentioned: “They are going to be receiving petitions from Monday. If it is advisable to ship the petition through e mail, their deal with is

“We’ll count on everybody that has a case or petition or one thing to move unto this panel. They’ve been empowered extensively to find out how they run and conduct themselves on the panel.”

Throughout the swearing-in of the panel members on October 19, Governor Sanwo-Olu famous the panel will sit for six months.

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