THE Judicial Panel of Inquiry probing allegations of police brutality in Anambra State has called for memoranda from abuse victims, their relations, the mass media, religious organisations, town unions and other interested members of the general public.
A release issued by the panel directs anybody or group wishing to testify before it to send their complaints in memoranda and address same to the secretary of the panel, Barr. Rita Chinelo Onyeka, C/o Office of Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Government House, Awka.
The written submissions or memoranda must be presented in 10 copies and should reach the panel not later than Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
According to release, complaints may also be sent through email by uploading them on email@example.com.
The memoranda can also be submitted physically at SSG’s Office.
The release further directs that those making submissions must swear to an affidavit to validate their claims.
It will be recalled that Gov. Willie Obiano recently inaugurated a 23-member panel of inquiry to probe allegations of abuse of power, extortion, extra-judicial killings and other illegal activities leveled against some operatives of State Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) that ignited #EndSARS protests nationwide.