This is contained in a statement by the conference’s Assistant Secretary on Media and Communications, Mr. Akpandem James in Abuja.
It said committees 11 to 20, hitherto scheduled to sit at the Sheraton Hotels and Towers, would now hold their sessions at the NICON Luxury Hotel.
“The change in venue for the second set of committees became necessary because Sheraton will not be available for the number of days envisaged,’’ the statement said.
It, however, said committees one to 10 would hold their sessions at the National Judicial Institute (NJI), the official venue of the conference, as earlier announced.
Kutigi, in the statement, while apologising for the sudden change in venue, enjoined delegates to go straight to their respective venues as they resumed from the Easter break on Tuesday.
The confab chairman had stated last week that two venues had to be created for the committees to sit because of inadequate Committee Rooms at NJI.
The Work Plan indicated that the conference would produce and sign the final report between June 16 and June 19. (NAN)