PCC Seeks Closer Collaboration with Legislative Houses

06 Mar 2013

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Anambra State Governor, Peter Obi

Chuks Okocha

The Federal Commissioner representing Anambra state in the Public Complaints Commission (PCC), Hon. Angela Metuh-Mbah has called for closer working relationship between the Commission and legislative houses in the country.

Metuh-Mbah, who stated this when she paid a courtesy visit on the leadership of the Anambra state House of Assembly recently, noted that the legislature can collaborate with the PCC by referring cases related to administrative wrongs in both private and public sectors to the commission.

The PCC, as a grievance handling body, insulated from politics has strengthened its capacity resulting in timely interventions in cases leading to the assuaging of the aggrieved and securing of redresses, Metuh-Mbah said in Anambra, where she represents the PCC.

The federal commissioner said, in 2012 the PCC in Anambra state received a total of 2017 complaints out of which it successfully resolved 1003 while the remaining was carried over to 2013.

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