President Adama Barrow will swear in the commissioners who were appointed to probe the recent killings at Faraba at the seat of power tomorrow, a press statement from the presidency has stated.
Barrow appointed the commissioners to investigate the circumstances that led to the Faraba Bantang incident as well as recommend measures to prevent a recurrence of the same.
Emmanuel Joof, a renowned human rights Lawyer, is the appointed Chairperson of the Inquiry, and will be assisted by five other members who are selected from the Ministry of Justice, Security Services and the Civil Society.
Meanwhile, as part of tomorrow’s event, the President will also witness the swearing-in of the Executive Secretary of the Constitutional Review Commission, Mr. Omar Jobe.
The event will take place on Thursday July 5th 2018, at 10:00 AM at the State House in Banjul.