Public Complaints Commission Will Partner Securities, Exchange Commission For Better Services -Kano Commissioner

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Kano state commissioner, Public Complaints Commission, Alhajo Ahmad Ado Dadinkowa In A group Photograph With Alhaji Danlado Muhammad, Zonal Head Of Securities And Exchange Commission And his Entourage During The Courtesy Call.

By; JABIRU A. HASSAN, Kano

The Kano State Commissioner of the  Public Complaints Commission, Alhaji Ahmad Ado Dadinkowa has assured that  they are working  hand-in-hand with other  agencies in resolving complaints brought before them in order to ensure justice for all with excellent results as witnessed across the state.

He made the disclosure in his remarks when the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Alhaji Danladi Muhammad paid him a courtesy call in his office.

He announced that the public complaints commission is working selflessly to ensure that all is well between the warring factions at all levels for restoration of  their mutual understanding and reconciliations without going to legal actions.

Mr. Dadinkowa added that the visit by the head of the Securities and Exchange Commissions is an added advantage to the services of the public complaints commission.

He commended Alhaji Danladi and his entourage for the visit, and promised to join hands in the reconciliation and resolution of complainants which is the main reason for the establishment of the commission.

Earlier in his speech, the  head of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Alhaji Danladi Muhammad told the  Kano Public Complaints Commissioner that they were at his office to pay homage and solicit working relationship between the two important bodies especially at present when resolution is the best option to handle misunderstandings.

He thanked the Public Complaints Commissioner for receiving him and his entourage warmly, which indicates that their relationship would continue to be cordial in discharging duties and assured that the two bodies will remain partners in progress for the best services to Nigerian citizens of all categories.

The Public Relations Officer of the Public Complaints Commission, Malam Garba Muazu told New Nigerian that the visit has strengthened the relationship between the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Public Complaints Commission for more successful and excellent service delivery as federal agencies.

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