Mr Maigari-Dingyadi advised Nigerians to channel their petitions to the committee through Whatsapp number 09062547073 or voice call to 08081257561, 08187635365, 08081257561.
The order follows the failure of the police to make available the case file in a petition filed by the victim’s wife.
“I was arrested in Abuja with my two brothers and taken to Anambra where I was beaten and tortured by SARS operatives”
This was conveyed in the panel’s notice of hearing seen by Peoples Gazette Monday evening.
“There is a danger in the escalation of any protest movement, and #EndSARS is no different,” the ex-Senate President said.
The protesters give President Muhammadu Buhari 24 hours to announce immediate prosciption of the embattled police unit.
The Force Headquarters insists the notorious squad is going nowhere, but said efforts are underway to properly orientate SARS operatives.
The Nigerian lawmaker urges colleagues to immediately seek outright proscription of the brutal police squad.