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Human Rights Commission Recompensed 20 Victims Of SARS Brutality

Human Rights Commission Recompensed 20 Victims Of SARS Brutality

The Human Rights Commission (HRC) has compensated 20 victims who suffered various violations of their rights in the hands of officers and men of the defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). CHANNELS reports.

The Independent Investigative Panel on human rights violations had its inaugural sitting in November 2020 and received 297 petitions from across 29 states including the FCT.

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The cases received include illegal arrests, extrajudicial killings, torture, unlawful prolonged detention, among others. Information Guide Nigeria

Hillary Ogbonna, the secretary of the panel, reported that 144 cases have been concluded while the rest have not been touched. jamb results

The compensations range from between N500,000 to about N10 million.

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