Jigawa: Governor Namadi inaugurates anti-corruption agency

Jigawa State, Governor Mallam Umar Namadi has inaugurated the Jigawa State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission.

The newly appointed chairman, Barrister Salisu Abdu, along with other permanent members of the commission, Musa Kallamu Uba Auyo and Hassan Hashim, were sworn in at the Council Chambers in Government House, Dutse.

In his address, Governor Namadi emphasized the importance of the commission’s role in creating a corruption-free environment in Jigawa State.

“Today we are making history in Jigawa State. This is in our effort to ensure a corrupt-free Jigawa State. I charge the commission members to work in accordance with the law without fear or favor.

“You should not allow your personal interests to influence your official conduct and judgment; nobody will interfere with your work from the government side.”

Governor Namadi further urged the commission to uphold principles of justice and fairness in addressing complaints brought before them.

He emphasized the strategic importance of the commission and encouraged citizens to utilize its services responsibly, urging them to refrain from lodging personal issues.

The chairman, Barrister Salisu Abdu, expressed gratitude to Governor Namadi for the opportunity to lead the commission.

He assured the public of the commission’s commitment to transparency and accountability in carrying out its duties..…CONTINUE.FULL.READING>>>

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