Ile Ife Crisis: Panel of Inquiry announces July 7 for end of public sitting

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[Osun]–The Panel of Inquiry set up by Osun State Government headed by Justice Moshood Adeigbe to check the excesses of Ile Ife crisis has announced July 7 for end of public sitting.

This was contained in statement by the secretary of the panel, Bisi Babalola on Monday.

The statement which also stressed that the memorandum submitted to the panel by the people  is been abandoned.

The statement read “This notice is as a result of the observation that some persons, groups and Institutions who submitted memoranda to the panel have abandoned or neglected to appear before the panel to adopt same despite repeated shifts in the deadline for the conclusion of the panel sittings.

“The panel hereby informed the general public that it shall round off its public sitting and consideration of memoranda by Friday, July 7, 2017”.

Recall that the crisis had started on March 8 as a result of a misunderstanding between a Yoruba man and an Hausa man at Sabo area of Ife.

The crisis,which claimed lives and the destruction of properties, was later resolved and a panel of inquiry was later set up by Governor of the state, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola to assess the cause and extent of damage done.




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