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05.12.2021 EndSARS Watch BREAKING: Lagos Gov’t Publishes Original Reports of #EndSARS Panel

Published 5th Dec, 2021

By Daniel Ojukwu

The Lagos State government has published the reports it received from the Judicial Panel of Inquiry for Restitution of Victims of SARS-Related Abuses and Other Matters.

The state government published both reports on Sunday evening, one for cases of police brutality and the other for findings of the Lekki massacre of October 20, 2020.

READ ALSO: White Paper Contradicts Sanwo-Olu’s Claims on Deaths at Lekki Tollgate

A statement by Moyosore Onigbanjo, attorney-general and commissioner for justice of the state, said the panel’s report is now officially available to the public.

The reports can be downloaded here.

This comes five days after the state discreetly issued a white paper denying the panel’s findings about nine dead bodies at the toll gate, and alleging a lack of evidence.

READ ALSO: BREAKING: Lagos Govt Discreetly Releases #EndSARS ‘White Paper’

Members of the public can now access the original white paper in print; however, a virtual copy remains unavailable.

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Published 5th Dec, 2021

By Daniel Ojukwu

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