By; JABIRU A. HASSAN, Kano The Kano Public Complaints Commission (PCC) has assured that it would continue to render its services to the rural areas in the state in order to ensure that rural settlements also benefit from the commission through reconciliation and other legal channels of peace making like what is being witnessed at present. This was disclosed by the Kano State Commissioner of the commission, Honourable Ahmed Ado Dadin Kowa (FCIA) when presenting motorcycles to the commission's zonal officers recently. He added that, "we want to cover everywhere within our domain and to ensure that our services remain steadfast, that is why we are always trying our best to provide support in order to ensure that these services reach everywhere under our leadership". He stressed. Similarly, the commissioner charged the zonal officers to be dedicated to duty in order to make the commission more relevant in the area of reconciliation and settlement of misunderstandings that are brought for investigation that may lead to the restoration of peace and unity amongst the public, corporate bodies, government or individuals which is the reason for the establishment of the commission. The motorcycles were distributed to the zonal offices of Bichi, Gaya, Gwarzo, Tudun Wada and Gezawa zones respectively, where the recipients assured that they would use the vehicles for the propose of the commission's establishment, and commended the Honourable commissioner and his lieutenants for their untiring efforts to extend the commission's service to the rural settlements.