Seven key highlights from Lagos White Paper on #EndSARS Panel Report

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Mixed reactions have trailed the White Paper on the Judicial Panel of Inquiry report set up to probe the Lekki Toll Gate October 20, 2020 incident.

NNL reports Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu inaugurated the judicial panel headed by Justice Doris Okuwobi to investigate petitions on police brutality in the state and alleged shootings of protesters on October 20, 2020.

On November 15, the panel submitted two reports — one on police brutality cases and another on the Lekki incident investigation.

Following the submission of the panel’s report, Sanwo-Olu constituted a four-member committee to come up with a white paper on the recommendations of the panel.

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Lagos Attorney-General, Moyosore Onigbanjo, was appointed to chair the white-paper committee.


In the 24-page document exclusively obtained by NNL, the State Government disclosed that out of the 32 recommendations made by the Judicial Panel of Inquiry in its Report of 15th November 2021, Government accepted eleven (11), rejected one (1) and accepted 6 (six) with modifications.

According to it: “Fourteen (14) recommendations fall outside the powers of Lagos State government and will be forwarded to the Federal Government for consideration.”

Here are key highlights from the White Paper;



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