On Wednesday, the Commission will resume its sitting with the hearing of the objection to the panel of inquiry by the PDP lawyer.
The River State Commission of Inquiry probing politically-motivated killings in the state before and during the 2015 general elections continues its sitting today.
The Commission, instituted by Chibuike Amaechi, the Rivers State governor, is also investigating damage to properties and grievous bodily harms to persons ahead and during the presidential and gubernatorial elections in the state.
Ten witnesses are billed to testify before the Commission today on claims of arson, intimidation, and killing.
Israel Okirie, whose brother was kidnapped by unknown men to stop his testimony, is listed to appear as a witness to arson.
On Tuesday, members of the Inquiry visited some villages in Etche local government area for on-the-site assessment of alleged politically-motivated destruction of buildings and properties.
PREMIUM TIMES will be bringing you live updates from the venue of today’s proceedings in Port Harcourt.
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