Kano Public Complainst moves to ehnace welfare of its teeming staffers
Kano State Public Complaints and Anti Corruption Commission has reaffirmed commitment in uplifting and transforming the welfare of its staff.
The Acting Executive Chairman of the Commission, Barrister Mahmoud Balarabe made the assertion during the first quarter meeting with the Local Government Desk Officers and the submission of quarterly report review in his Office.
According to the statement signed by the Information Officer of the Commission, Yusuf Abubakar Ibrahim, the acting Chairman disclosed that, the Commission is working hard towards upgrading welfare packages, allowances and promotion of it's Staff in ensuring an effective service delivery to the people in the State.
Barrister Mahmoud Balarabe further stressed that the Commission is looking forward to provide all necessary logistics in completing all Local Government Public Complaints Offices, calling on the Desk Officers to remain focused, dedicated and disciplined while discharging their Legal duties.
Earlier speaking, the Director Personnel Management, Barrister Sani Usman Dan Abdullo assured of their continuous dedication in achieving the desired goals, promising to solve and amend all communication gaps between the Commission and Clients.