The Adamawa State Judicial Commission of Inquiry into the #EndSARS protest and police brutality has submitted its report, indicting the police.
SaharaReporters learnt that the fee submitted its report on Monday in Yola, the state capital, to Governor Ahmadu Fintiri, noting that 13 memoranda with displays have been acquired from victims of police brutality.
The fee’s chairman, Justice Adamu Hobon (rtd), mentioned, “The commission received a total of 13 memoranda from the affected individuals together with their documentary evidence.
“Some of the losses suffered ranged from psychological trauma, bodily physique pains, lack of properties and losses of human lives, a few of which aren’t quantifiable in financial phrases.”
While remarking on the report, Governor Fintiri vowed to implement the suggestions by guaranteeing these culpable are punished in response to the legal guidelines of the land.
He mentioned, “One factor I’ll guarantee you is that this report can be studied and all of the suggestions shall be applied. I additionally consider all of the 13 circumstances talked about have been handled based mostly on benefit; and we’re additionally going to deal with them on the power of their options.”