- President Muhammadu Buhari has responded to reports from the judicial bodies set up by state governments to investigate police brutality.
- According to Buhari The federal government will act on the submitted reports after the governors take steps
- The President announced this when he addressed the US Secretary of State on Thursday, November 18 Antony Blinken in the audience received
Abuja – President Muhammadu Buhari responded to the report of the Judiciary Committee of Lagos State Redress responds to victims of SARS-related abuse cases and other matters.
Recall that the Lagos Judicial Panel issued its final report on cases of Police brutality and the Lekki toll booth He has submitted to Governor B abajide Sanwo-Olu shot dead.
He announced the revelation at a meeting with Antony Blinken, the US Secretary of the United States, in the state of Abuja.
In a statement shared on Facebook by Femi Adesina, the president’s spokeswoman, Buhari stated that state governments must take action on reports from their bodies before the federal government acts.
“So many state governments are involved and have given the exploratory committees different tasks. We at the federal government have to wait for the steps to be taken by the federal states and let the system work. We cannot force ideas on them. The federal government has to wait for the reaction of the states. ”
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DJ Switch noted in a post shared on their social media platform that so many lives have been destroyed.
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Meanwhile, Temitope Majekodunmi, the youth representative on the Lagos Judicial Panel on police brutality, has said that the panel’s circulating report contains errors.
On pages 297 and 298, which contains the list of victims, will be for example, repeats numbers 37 and 38, suggesting 11 deaths instead of nine.
Majekodunmi said in a statement on Wednesday November 17 that the errors corrected before final submission