Chairperson of the panel upheld that the petitioner suffered unduly in the hands of police officers.
Panel chairperson Doris Okuwobi said at a session: “We cannot force them to come. We will take on the petitions as if they are not present.
“We also conducted a vaginal swab and discovered that she was sexually assaulted. Her possible cause of death is lack of oxygen,” an autopsy specialist told the panel.
Some of the arrested persons identified by our source include Victor Oniru, Tunde Abass and Molade Alagba.
Governor Wike said a White Paper on the report would be produced next week during the state executive council meeting.
The petitioner had alleged that Garki Hospital refused to treat the victim after being shot by a police inspector, a day before her passing out.
The Anambra government is yet to react to the accusations. Mr. Nwafor, however, has since remained at large.
The entertainer was amongst 40 protesters taken into custody on Saturday.
The protesters were released on Saturday.
Every citizen’s right to protest peacefully was enshrined in the Nigerian Constitution, Mr. Abubakar said.