Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike yesterday set up a Judicial Commission of Inquiry to investigate the violence and killings that occurred during the March 19, rerun legislative elections in the state .
In a state broadcast yesterday, Governor Wike said :” in order to forestall a repeat of the needless violence and fatalities in future elections I hereby establish a Judicial Commission of Enquiry to investigate the violence, killings and other related acts that occurred in parts of the State during the March 19 2016 re-run elections and make appropriate recommendations to Government for implementation.”
The governor noted: “The members of the Judicial Commission of Enquiry are as follows:Hon. Justice Monima Wenike Danagogo – Chairman; Venerable John Adubasim – Member, Mrs. Douye Green – Member; Barr. Joseph Zabbey – Member, Engr. Luke Nwanodi – Member,Mrs. Uche Uriri – Secretary.”
The Judicial Commission of Inquiry will be sworn-in by the Governor on Thursday, March 24, 2016 by 10am at the Government House, Port Harcourt by the Governor.
The governor said that as a responsible government the administration will continue to be alive to its responsibility to protect lives and property in Rivers State.

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