#EndPoliceBrutality: Cross River Panel To Sit Today After 50 Days Recess

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By Patrick Obia and Rachel Idim

The Cross River State Judicial Panel of Inquiry into Police Brutality and Restitutions, will today Thursday, April 22, 2021 reconvene after fifty days (50) recess.

The panel last sat March 4 and had adjourned to April 16, 2021 but could not sit for reasons that were not communicated.

The panel like others across the country has a life span of six months to attend to cases and make recommendations.

In Cross River, the panel commerced sitting November 11, 2020 with over sixty petitions received. Several have been adjourned for recommendations.

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