Government extends deadline for Ejura committee probe by a week

The government, through the Minister for the Interior, has extended the working period of the committee probing the Ejura disturbances by one week.

This follows a request by the 3-member Justice Koomson Committee of Inquiry probing the Ejura disturbances to enable it complete its work.

The committee was expected to conclude its work today, Friday, July 9, 2021, but it indicated on Thursday [July 8, 2021] there are more testimonies to be taken, which makes an extension critical.

“Considering the testimonies yet to be taken, the committee is requesting for an extension of the deadline to complete its work by Friday, the 16th day of July 2021,” a statement from the committee explained.

In its response to the committee, the Interior Ministry in a statement said “Your request for the extension of the working period from Friday 9th July 2021 to Friday 16th July 2021 is hereby approved.”


Read a copy of of the statement

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