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#EndSARS: Nasarawa panel begins sitting, promises justice for youths

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Nasarawa State Judicial Panel of Inquiry set up to probe the activities of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) has commenced in the state.

It would be recalled that the commission is constituted by the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory to receive complaints from the public victimized by the disbanded SARS

Speaking at the inaugural meeting, Chairman of the commission, Justice Badamasi Maina (rtd) appealed to the youths to discontinue further protests in the interest of peace and development of the country.

Justice Maina who urged the protesters to approach the commission with their complaints at the various tribunals set up by state governments assured of the panel’s Justice.

While commending youths in the state for not involving themselves in the protest, the Commission’s chairman enjoined them to take advantage of the judicial inquiry to channel their grievances and related issues to the panel for redress.

He assured the public of their commitment to ensure justice, adding that the people would not be disappointed and urged those appearing before the commission to be precise in their submissions, avoid unnecessary arguments and legal technicalities to enable the Commission do justice to the matter and conclude its assignment on schedule.

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