The seven members of the Commission are:
Malam Nasir El-Rufai also appointed Mr. Daniel Chukwudi Enwelum, SAN as Counsel to the Commission, and Mr. Musa Kakaki, Esq. as Secretary to the Commission.
Six of the seven members took their oaths of office. Dr. Nasirudeen Usman, who is outside the country on official assignment, will take his oath later.
The instrument establishing this Judicial Commission of Inquiry stated that it shall have the powers conferred by Section 7 of the Commissions of Inquiry Law, including:
To issue a warrant to compel the attendance of any person who, after having been summoned to attend, fails to do so, and does not excuse such failure to the satisfaction of the commissioners, and to order him to pay all costs which may have been occasioned in compelling his attendance or by reason of his refusal to obey the summons.
L-R: M.I. Aliyu (member), D.C. Enwelum (counsel to the Commission), AVM Rabiu Dabo (member), Hon. Yusuf Zailani (Speaker, Kaduna State House of Assembly), Deputy Governor Dr. Hadiza Balarabe, Governor Nasir El-Rufai, Justice Ishaq Bello (chairman), Eyo Ekpo (member), Joan Jatau-Kadiya (member), Chom Bagu (member) and Musa Kakaki (secretary).
NOTICE is hereby given to the general public, all stakeholders and in particular citizens and residents of Kaduna State that on Tuesday, 13th July 2021, the Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai formally swore in this Judicial Commission of Inquiry with the following terms of reference:
The Commission of Inquiry now invites the members of the general public, particularly residents and citizens of Kaduna State who may wish to make submissions to the Commission, to kindly do so, with the following methodology:
Inquiries may be made in writing to the Secretary to the Commission via https://kdsg.gov.ng/nlc-warning-strike-judicial-inquiry with a copy to Musa Kakaki, 08023738199 Musa.Kakaki@kdsg.gov.ng.