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PCC restates commitment to amicable settlement of disputes

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  The Public Complaints Commission PCC has said not all disputes should end in court but rather Nigerians should avail themselves of its mediation services for speedy and amicable resolution of issues Mr Yemi Arokodare PCC Federal Commissioner in Ekiti gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ado Ekiti on Thursday Arokodare said that the public was not making optimal use of the commission s services and capacities through lodgment of disputes and grievances for settlement The commissioner said that a number of high profile complaints against highly placed individuals in the state were amicably resolved without recourse to litigation He said that the commission was determined than ever before to ensure a crisis free and decent society I want to state that the PCC in Ekiti is more determined within the limited resources available to see every complaints to its logical conclusion he said Arokodare said that no fewer than 150 cases involving individuals and groups had been resolved in the state since January to date He said that the cases emanated from about 250 complaints received by the commission within the same period under review The Commissioner said that most of the complaints were on financial claims mostly from individuals against government agencies and corporate bodies He said that inadequate funding and logistics were some of the challenges hampering the commission from attaining its full potentials Edited By Joseph Edeh Bayo Sekoni Source NAN
PCC restates commitment to amicable settlement of disputes

Public Complaints Commission

The Public Complaints Commission (PCC) has said not all disputes should end in court, but rather Nigerians should avail themselves of its mediation services for speedy and amicable resolution of issues.

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Mr Yemi Arokodare, PCC Federal Commissioner in Ekiti gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ado-Ekiti on Thursday.

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Arokodare said that the public was not making optimal use of the commission’s services and capacities, through lodgment of disputes and grievances for settlement.

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The commissioner said that a number of high profile complaints against highly placed individuals in the state, were amicably resolved without recourse to litigation.

He said that the commission was determined than ever before to ensure a crisis free and decent society.

“I want to state that the PCC in Ekiti is more determined within the limited resources available to see every complaints to its logical conclusion,’’ he said.

Arokodare said that no fewer than 150 cases involving individuals and groups had been resolved in the state since January to date.

He said that the cases emanated from about 250 complaints received by the commission within the same period under review.

The Commissioner said that most of the complaints were on financial claims mostly from individuals against government agencies and corporate bodies.

He said that inadequate funding and logistics were some of the challenges hampering the commission from attaining its full potentials.


Edited By: Joseph Edeh/Bayo Sekoni
Source: NAN

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