Kwara - The Director of Public Complaints Commission (PCC) in Kwara, Mr Caleb
Onaolapo, said on Monday that the commission had resolved 311 public
complaints in nine months.
Onaolapo told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ilorin, that 454 cases
were handled by the commission from January to September out of which
311 cases were resolved.
He said that the commission was established to handle complaints from every class of the society.
``We were able to reach the people in both rural and urban areas through our branch
offices in Offa, Omuaran, Lafiagi, Bode-sadu and Kaiama,” the director said.
He said inadequate funding and lack of operational vehicles were among
factors affecting the smooth performance of the commission.
The director said that non-payment of retirement benefits to pensioners
in the state was the most regular complaint the commission received from
He urged the government to provide adequate fund and vehicles for the commission to enhance its output.