EndSARS: Youth Members Of Lagos State Judiciary Panel Resume Sitting

The two young members of the Lagos State Judicial Investigation Panel resumed their sessions on Saturday, November 14, after boycotting the panel for more than a week in protest at the freezing of their bank accounts and that of other #EndSARS promoters by part of the Central Bank of Nigeria. .

The two members are identified as Rinu Oduala and Temitope Majekodunmi.

Recall that the panel led by retired judge Doris Okuwobi had postponed its session until November 7 due to its inability to form a quorum due to the boycott of the session by the two members of the youth panel. The Nigerian Army is expected to return to give testimony on Saturday, November 14.

The senior military officers whose sworn statements have already been presented to the panel are the Commander of the 81st Military Intelligence Brigade, Victoria Island, Lagos, Brig. General Ahmed Taiwo; Chief of Staff, 81st Division, Nigerian Army, VI, Lagos, Brig. General Nsikak Edet; Commander, Garrison 81st Division, VI, Brig. General Francis Omata; Commander, 9th Brigade, Ikeja, Brig. General Musa Etsu-Ndagi; and Commander of Battalion 65, Camp Bonny, VI, Lieutenant Colonel Salisu Bello.

Three brigadier generals and a lieutenant colonel have also been included to testify before the panel. In addition, it was learned that the military and legal teams are already seated and the proceedings are ongoing.

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