By Emeka Mamah & Chinedu Adonu
Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, yesterday, inaugurated a seven-man Judicial Commission of Inquiry into the killings and destruction of property at Nimbo in Uzo-Uwani Local Government Area of the state by herdsmen about two weeks ago.
The Commission has a retired Justice of the Supreme Court, Chu-kwuma Ene as Chairman.
Other members of the commission include Major General Godwin Ugwuoke(rtd), Professor Uchenna Nwagha, Professor Osita Ogbu and Anthonia Ugbene-Mgbachi.
Inaugurating the commission of inquiry at Government House Enugu, Ugwuanyi urged the members to unravel the circumstances surrounding the incident with a view to bringing justice to all concerned in line with Section 4(1) of the Commission of Inquiry Law, Cap 24, and Revised Laws of Enugu State, 2004.
The Commission’s terms of reference include to, among other things, ascertain the remote and immediate causes of the recent bloodbath and destruction of property in Nimbo in Uzo-Uwani Local Government Area.