Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has said that the state government will set up a Judicial Commission of Inquiry to ensure that the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (F-SARS) personnel, who allegedly killed the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Khana Collation agent, Ferry Gberegbe, faces the wrath of the law.
Mr. Wike said this on Saturday in Port Harcourt when he led other leaders of the state on a condolence visit to the family of the slain lecturer, announcing a N200 million scholarship for the four children of the late Gberegbe.
The governor lamented the alleged shooting of the late lecturer by F-SARs operatives at the Khana Collation Centre, where he had served as the PDP Collation agent.
He said, “We will set up a Judicial Commission of Inquiry to ensure that the culprits are brought to justice.
“The state government will offer scholarship to the four young children left behind by the deceased. The mother of the children should open a dedicated account for each of the children. The state government will pay N50 million to each of the four children for their education.”