Ug­wuanyi Swears in Panel Mem­bers


Gov­er­nor Ifeanyi Ug­wuanyi of Enugu State has sworn in a seven-man ju­di­cial com­mis­sion of in­quiry to un­ravel the remote and im­me­di­ate causes of the re­cent civil dis­tur­bances that oc­curred in Og­bozinne Akpugo Au­ton­o­mous com­mu­nity in NkanuWest Lo­cal Gov­ern­ment Area of the state, which led to the death of the Tra­di­tional Ruler, HRH Igwe Stephen Nwatu, and de­struc­tion of prop­erty. Swear­ing in mem­bers of the com­mis­sion chaired by a re­tired Judge, Jus­tice Ben Ag­bata, at the Gov­ern­ment House, Enugu, Gov. Ug­wuanyi, who was rep­re­sented by his deputy, Mrs. Ce­cilia Ezeilo, stated that the ex­er­cise was in keep­ing with his prom­ise to set up a ju­di­cial panel “to de­ter­mine the im­me­di­ate and remote causes of the dis­tur­bances and to make ap­pro­pri­ate rec­om­men­da­tions”.

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