PCC Resolves 112 Cases In Six Months In Adamawa

The Public Complaints Commission (PCC), says it has resolved 112 cases, while 318 others are at various stages of investigation in Adamawa state.

Manassah Micheal the state Commissioner, disclosed that, a total of 414 complaints was lodged at the commission from January to June 2019.

Michael in a statement, reiterated that, PCC is poised to resolving cases of wrongful termination of appointment, non payment of retirement benefit, termination of appointment among others.

“The commission is undeterred in ensuring that cases lodged before it are investigated to a logical conclusion.

“Services rendered by the commission is free of charge, the public can take advantage”.

The commissioner, urged members of the public not to take the law into their hands, but lodge complaints at any of their branch offices in Yola, Mubi, Gombi, Numan, Ganye and Mayo-Belwa branch offices in the state.


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