By; JABIRU A. HASSAN, Kano
Kano State Commissioner, Public Complaints Commission, Honourable Ahmed Ado Dadin Kowa has announced that the commission would continue to work selflessly in the year 2021 in order to double efforts in ensuring that all hands remain on deck towards peaceful coexistence at both urban and rural settlements like what was seen in 2020.
He disclosed this in his office on Tuesday during an interaction with journalists where he showcases many achievements recorded in 2020, adding that, “We certainly recorded tremendous achievements this year and we are focusing on achieving more progress in 2021 despite challenges that we often encounter in one way or the other as an organisation,” he said.
Honourable Dadin Kowa stressed that Kano Public Complaints Commission is doing all its best to see that the people of the state of all categories are benefiting from their services which are now becoming important at both private and public sectors.
The commissioner announced that Kano Public Complaints Commission has successfully resolved many cases of complaints either between the employed and employee, illegal sack, non-payment of entitlements, non-payment of compensations and quite a number of related misunderstandings which is a landmark achievements recorded.
Speaking on the recent tour of all the 44 local government areas in Kano State, Honourable Ahmad Ado Dadin Kowa said that, “we organised the said tour in order to assess what is happening at the local government areas especially at the present democratic dispensation, where so many matters are found that often affect local council’s development.
“With our intervention, we are certain that more progress would be achieved with optimum results,” he assured.
Furthermore, the commissioner stated that the commission has recently distributed brand new motorcycles to the five zonal officers of the commission to facilitate their day-to-day activities in receiving complaints for onward forwarding to the state
He therefore, called on the general public to always channel their complaints to the commission through the zonal offices.
He disclosed that, ” our challenges are many because all what we are doing is free of charge, therefore, we need more logistics and mobility here at headquarters because Kano State is a wider coverage area, needing powerful vehicles that can enable us to cover everywhere in the state.
” I thank the Kano Anti corruption Agency, the security agencies, judiciary, correctional service centers and the media who always extend what we are doing to public,” he concluded.