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EndSARS: Foundation Trains CSOs On Monitoring Panels Of Inquiry


EndSARS: Foundation trains CSOs on monitoring panels, ensuring justice for victims


End SARS: Rights groups decry non-inclusion of investigation of RRS in panel’s mandate


#ENDSARS: Judicial panels receive over 2500 petitions against police brutality in Nigeria
– Premium Times
Most of the petitions allege human rights violations such as extra-judicial killings, torture, extortion, harassment, sexual and gender-based violence, indiscriminate arrests, illegal detention, illegal arrests and abuse of power by personnel of the Nigerian police and other security agencies.


Groups Call On Judicial Panels Of Inquiry To Dispense Justice On Victims, Survivors Of Police Brutality
– DNN Africa
The groups further observed that a total of 2,570 petitions which border on human rights violations, extra-judicial killings, torture among others have been received by the various panels of inquiry across the country as at December 15th 2020.


Extra-Judicial Killings: CSO Police Reform Observatory Calls on the Judicial Panels of Inquiry to Dispense Justice, not Technicalities to Families of Victims and Survivors
– Newsbrief Newspaper
Some petitions filed before the panels across the states have suffered undue delay as a result of lack of cooperation from the police and other security agencies.


CSO On Police Reform Charges Judicial Panels On Extra-Judicial Killings To Dispense Justice
– Nigeriacheck
Reports from our legal volunteers across the 29 states and FCT indicate that 360 persons are members of the judicial panels of inquiry made up of 278 males and 82 females.


CSO Police Reform Observatory Calls on the Judicial Panels of Inquiry on Extra-Judicial Killings by Security Agents to Dispense Justice not Technicalities to Families of Victims and Survivours
– CSO Media
It has been observed that funds meant for the panels have not been released in some states thereby hampering their ability to carry out assigned duties. Some petitions filed before the panels across the states have suffered undue delay as a result of lack of cooperation from the police and other security agencies.


End SARS: Rights groups decry non-inclusion of investigation of RRS in panel’s mandate

members of the judicial panels of inquiry made up of 278 males and 82 females.


Focus on facts, evidence of extra-judicial killings, CSO tells judicial panels
– Blueprint Newspaper
According to him, uncooperative police and military officers should be subpoenaed to appear before the panel to respond to issues that involves them. They said the panel of inquiry should allow more citizens to file petitions before them because justice delayed is justice denied..


Extra-Judicial Killings: Dispense justice not technicalities, CSO urges Judicial Panels of Inquiry
– Newsdiary Newspaper
The CSO also urged the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice to provide clarity on the legal status, powers and the enforcement of the recommendations of the panels by the government..