Borno State Governor, Babagana Umara Zulum, on Monday has constituted a commission of enquiry to investigate public nuisance, disturbance of public peace and other activities (shooting practice) alleged to have been carried out by an International Non-Governmental Organisation ACTED at Imperial Guest House, Old GRA Maiduguri.
The eight members of the committee is headed by the immediate past Chairman of Nigerian Bar Association, Maiduguri Branch Muhammad Umoru.
Governor Zulum said that the constitution of the commission was in the exercise of powers conferred on him by section 2 (1) of the Commission of Enquiry Law Cap. 37, Law of Borno State, 1994.
He added that his action was necessitated in view of the shooting incident that resulted in the disturbance of peace to residents of the area as it brought panic and fear to the entire state.
He also commended the role of International Non-Governmental Organisations in restoring hope to traumatized people through various intervention programmes worth billions of naira.
However, Governor Zulum expressed concerns about the simulation saga involving ACTED.
Governor Zulum also warned that his administration will not condone any act that will breach the existing peace in Borno.