The Adamawa Acting Governor, Umaru Fintiri, has approved the constitution of seven-member judicial panel of inquiry to investigate the administration Murtala Nyako, impeached former governor of the state from June 2007 to June 2014.
This is contained in a statement issued by the Secretary to the State Government, Tukur Liman, in Yola on Monday.
The statement stated that the panel was given four weeks to submit its findings.
“It is to undertake a comprehensive assessment on governance in Adamawa from June, 2007 to June, 2014”, it stated.
Others include the investigation of disbursement and application of funds to ministries, boards, and agencies over the period of reference.
The panel would also identify those involved in inappropriate financial disbursements and application.
It further stated that the panel would investigate staff recruitment, deployment and administration of human resources.
This, it stated, included the setting up, financial and operation of extra ministerial units.
“The panel, after its investigation, will make recommendations to the government on all issues investigated.
“It will submit its report within four weeks”, it stated.
The panel has Bobbo Umar as its Chairman, while Sedan Nyari would serve as its Secretary.
The other members are Ibrahim Leh, Zura Maigadi, Sulaiman Naiwa, Abubakar Abdullahi and Samuel Kyenson.