Federal Commissioner vows to protect rights of Public in Adamawa

Federal Commissioner vows to protect rights of Public in Adamawa

By Abubakar Muhammad Adamu

The Federal Commissioner Public Complaints Commission Adamawa state office Alhaji Abubakar Bobboi Jijjiwa has expressed readiness of the commission towards defending and protecting the rights and interest of public in the state.

He gave the assurance while on a courtesy call to State Commissioner of Police, state Commandant, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps and state Controller, Nigeria Correctional Service.

The Commissioner said as an independent Government agency and regulated by the Natio Assembly, the Commission is committed to serve people especially those who are aggrieved or unjustly treated.

Alhaji Jijjiwa said the purpose of the courtesy calls on the security chiefs is to create synergy between the Commission and the agencies in the areas of defending and protecting the right of people who are unjustly treated.

He listed some mandates of the Commission to include defending the cause of downtrodden administrative and social injustice as well as physical injustice.

The Federal Commissioner called on people who are unjustly treated to come to the Commission and present their complaints free of charge to enable them get justice.

Speaking separately, the Adamawa state Commissioner of Police Aliyu Adamu Alhaji, state Commandant NSCDC, Muhammadu Usman waksha and State Controller Nigeria Correctional Service Ahmad Abdu Usman thanked the Federal Commissioner for visit and assured him of their unflinching support whenever the need arises.

The public complaints Commission which was established in nineteen seventy five is saddled with the responsibility of defending people who are unjustly treated to get redress.

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