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ogbileThe Hon. Chief Commissioner Public Complaints Commission, Chief Emmanuel Ogbile has assured Nigerians of justice and prompt redress of their complaints as his Commission is fully determined to play its role of redressing injustice and maladministration in Nigeria. Chief Ogbile gave this assurance while participating on a radio programme tagged, “Anti-Corruption Hour” of the Radio Nigeria recently. While responding to questions on the programme, the Hon. Chief Commissioner said his Commission had impacted positively on governance through the redress of administrative injustices and embarking on proactive systemic review of government agencies.

On July 4th,2013 a quality crowd of eminent Nigerians and diplomatic corps converged at the Atiku Abubakar Auditorium of the Shehu Yar'Adua Centre in Abuja for the Second Annual Seminar on The Role of the Public Complaints Commission in a Democratic Nigeriaorganized by the Public Complaints Commission FCT
Afam Chukwunwike reports.6a Reports 2013 Seminar
The Nigerian Ombudsman today known as the Public Complaints Commission was the brain child of the Gen. Yakubu Gowon Administration. The Commission was a product of the late Chief Jerome Udoji panel which was empowered by the Gowon-led Federal Government to bring recommendations on how to checkmate abuses in public service which was rampant immediately after the unfortunate civil war. It was at this point that a Commission was established for this purpose. Today, the Public Complaints Commission Act Cap P37 LFN.2004 (PCC Act) in Section 5(2) states that A Commissioner shall have powers to investigate either on his own initiative or following complaints lodged before him by any other person, any administrative action taken by:

ogbileWhat can I expect from the Public Complaints Commission?
We will treat you in a respectful and professional manner. We will provide an independent and impartial assessment of your complaint, and advice about the options available. We aim to resolve most complaints informally.

When we investigate it is confidential, free and prompt, using procedures that are fair to everyone concerned. We will provide clear explanations about what we can and cannot do and for any decision we make. We will inform you on the progress of your complaint.

say-no-to-electoral-violenceWhat can I expect from the Public Complaints Commission?
We will treat you in a respectful and professional manner. We will provide an independent and impartial assessment of your complaint, and advice about the options available. We aim to resolve most complaints informally.

 

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