Posted by News Express | 26 October 2019 | 896 times
In pursuance of the rights of the nine children, who were allegedly kidnapped and later found in Anambra state, the Kano State Governor Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has instituted a Commission of Inquiry, under the Chairmanship of retired Justice Wada Umar Rano, to dig into the issue other missing persons of Kano decent.
The Commission, which will be inaugurated next Thursday, has part of its Terms of Reference to include: “To conduct an inquiry into cases of missing persons in Kano State from the year 2010 to date and to procure all such evidence, written or oral, and to examine all such persons as witnesses as the commissioners may think it necessary or desirable to procure or examine.”
It would be recalled that recently, the Nigerian Police Force, Kano State Command uncovered cases of missing children in Kano State.
A total of nine persons (aged between 2 and 10 years) were kidnapped, out of which, eight were sold in faraway Anambra State.
Some of the victims stayed as captives for over five years in Anambra, losing their identities in the process. (New Telegraph)
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