The Lagos government adopted its white paper of the judicial panel’s recommendations that were submitted earlier this month.
The legal challenge could frustrate ongoing hearings into police abuses across the country.
Lagos government turns about after calling families to identify corpses of #EndSARS protesters.
The recordings contradict the claims of both the Nigerian Army and Lagos authorities.
The protesters are standing in solidarity against punitive measures of Godwin Emefiele and other government actors.
Abdul Mahmud is leading a team of lawyers to seek restitution for four victims of police brutality and prosecution of a rogue officer John Nwafor.
The victim, who appeared in a wheelchair with the support of his mother, said his assets were also confiscated against court order.
The panel is expected to submit its findings and recommendations within 12 weeks.
Government also plans to launch a special trust fund to compensate all victims of police brutality.