Kano state Public Complaint and Anti Corruption Commission has been hail for demonstrating a strong commitment and effort in fighting corruption.
The representative of British Council Mr Uche Ejakwu disclosed this during an open strategy planing training for the Kano State Public Complaints and Anti Corruption Commission organized by British Council held at Tahir Guest Palace.
Mr Uche stated that the purpose of the training is in line to support and to develop the strategy of Kano State Anti Corruption Commission in order to kick corruption out of the state.
He further complement the state effort for establishing anti corruption offices across the 44 local government areas with a view to curtail the rate of corruption in the state.
In his remarks The Chairman of Kano State Public Complaints and Anti Corruption Commission muhyi Magaji Rimin gado appreciate the foresight of the British Council for supporting the commission with a frame work that will ginger the commission in its fight against corruption in the state .
He called on the participants at the training to make a good use of what they acquired at the training with a view to archive the set goals.