Borno PCC Resolves 4,000  Public Complaints, Improves Staff Welfare, Office Structures 

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By; SADIQ ABUBAKAR, Maiduguri

The Federal Commissioner  of Public Complaints  Commission (PCC), Borno State,  Hon. Yusuf Adamu has said that he inherited more than 6,000 cases and  more than 4,000 of them have been resolved since his assumption. 

Adamu  who revealed this on Wednesday in an interactive session with journalists in his office,  said, “As I am speaking to you now, we have only 2,000 cases pending.

” Our job is checkmating all administrative  injustices and we operate within the rules and regulations that established the commission to resolve all disputes. We have  also been working closely with the EFCC and ICPC because we refer some of the cases outside our jurisdiction to them,” Adamu said.

 According to him, some of the cases are being  referred to their offices in Kaduna and Lagos, as well as  to the headquarters in Abuja,  stressing that  any case that needs to be referred to courts of law are refered to there.

He further said  that they  also work in close collaboration with the police, DSS  and other relevant authorities as part of their mandate in resolving grievances, disputes and complaints from the public, especially, civil servants.

The commissioner further noted that since his assumption of  office, a lot of cases have been resolved,  including  all pending projects before moving into  the new office.

He pointed out  that  having known the calibre of his predecessors such as late Musa Dagash, Ibrahim Biu and DanBuran Jada, he had no choice than  to work hard and maintain the standards they established while in office.

He  added that with his experience as a former staff of Nigerian National Petroleum Cooperation  (NNPC), former Chairman of Biu Local Government Area  and one time ANPP State  Secretary as well as Special Adviser on Political Affairs to  former Governor of Borno State, Senator Kashim Shettiman,  he was able to transform the  commission, including  improvement  on  the office structure and  staff welfare among others. 

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