The Commission gave assurance of the confidentiality and security of all documents submitted to it.
This was contained in a statement issued on Thursday by the Secretary of the Commission, Elder David Adeshina.
The statement directed that memoranda to be submitted should be signed and properly addressed to the Secretary of the Commission.
The Commission, thereby, called on any interested member of the public or group to submit 15 copies of the written memoranda to the office of the Commission’s Secretary at Court 1, Kwara State High Court Complex, Lajorin road, Ilorin, while a soft copy should be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com on or before Friday, July 14, 2017.
It also encouraged them to engage the services of counsel of their choice in addition to the memoranda they submit.
The Commission gave assurance of the confidentiality and security of all documents submitted to it and urged individuals or corporate signatories to the documents to make themselves available when called upon to defend their respective memoranda before the commission at its public sittings scheduled to take off on Monday, July 24, 2017.
Last Wednesday, Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed inaugurated the Judicial Commission headed by Justice Sulyman Kawu, to among other terms of reference, investigate and ascertain the immediate and remote causes of the violent communal clash that erupted between the two communities on June 29.