End SARS: FCT inaugurates committee to assess losses

November 6, 2020
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The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Malam Muhammad Musa Bello has inaugurated an 18-member Ministerial Committee to assess losses and damages occasioned by the End SARS protest.

The Committee has the Director, FCT Emergency Management Agency, Alhaji Abass Idris as chairman and the Deputy Director Security in the FCTA, Abdullateef Bello as Secretary.

Other members of the Ministerial Committee include representatives of the FCT traditional Institutions, security agencies, mass media, the Chairmen of AMAC and Bwari Area Councils and relevant departments of the FCTA

They have two weeks to visit and assess the extent of damage to individual and public properties and assign value, identify those affected and ascertain their losses, identify lives affected and assess the loss suffered, recommend level and modalities of compensation and advise the FCT Administration generally on measures to forestall future occurrences.

Speaking on behalf of the members, the Committee Chairman, Alhaji Abass Idris, pledged the commitment of the committee to work tirelessly and prayed that the FCT does not witnesses such wanton destruction of property again

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