In a bid to address various security challenges in Niger State, Governor Abubakar Sani Bello has inaugurated two judicial commissions of inquiry to investigate clashes in three local government areas.
Justice Mohammed-led panel is to investigate the recent military/communal clash in Kpadina village and environs in Bosso Local Government Area where 11 soldiers and seven members of the communities were killed.
Justice Abdullahi Mikail’s panel is to investigate the immediate and remote causes of civil disturbances that occurred in May this year in Pandogari, Rafi Local Government Area, Lamba village near Tunga Mallam in Paikoro Local Government Area and Barkuta village in Bosso Local Government. Both incidents occurred last month.
Each of the panel is made up of seven members and were given eight weeks to submit their reports.
Inagurating the panels in his office in Minna, Governor Bello assured that government will not interfere in their activities.

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