The Hon. Chief Commissioner, Public Complaints Commission (PCC) Hon. Abimbola Ayo-Yusuf has sought the support of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), towards the success of the forthcoming National Anti-Corruption Marathon and National Youths/ Students Summits on 1st October, 2022.
The Hon. Chief Commissioner who was represented by the Secretary to the Commission, Mr. Philip Enyali made this known when he paid a visit to the Office of the Mandate Secretary, FCTA, Hajia Hadiza Mohammed Kabir in Abuja.
The Secretary to the Commission gave a brief background on the Mandate of the Commission which is to investigate all forms of administrative injustice in both the private and public sectors of the economy.
Mr Enyali said sports is a unifying factor and this year’s event is going to be a convergence of top policy and decision makers, sports administration and enthusiast and talent hunt agents. He further emphasized that “it shall be a world class event”.
Mr Philip Enyali who requested for partnership and goodwill from the Office of the Mandate Secretary said it will help in making the event a huge success.
In her response, the Mandate Secretary, FCTA, Hajia Mohammed Kabir welcomed the Secretary and his entourage while assuring them that “this is your house where you have the whole facilities you need to succeed”.
Hajia Kabir said the initiative is great and will keep the youths in the FCT engaged and away from crime.
The Mandate Secretary further stated that the FCTA will work out modalities to ensure the success of the event.
Hajia Mohammed Kabir assured the Secretary that she will report back to the Minister for further directives which she believed would be positive.