Kano State Public Complaint and Anti Corruption Commission has been hailed for demonstrating a strong commitment and effort in fighting corruption.
The representative of British Council, Mr. Uche Ejakwu disclosed this during an open strategy planning training for the commission organized by the Council held at Tahir Guest Palace in Kano metropolis.
Mr. Ejakwu stated that the training was in line with an effort to support and develop the strategy of the commission in order to kick corruption out of the state.
He further commended the effort of the state for establishing anti graft offices across the 44 local government areas of the state with a view to curtailing the rate of corruption in the state.
In his remarks, the Chairman of the commission, Alhaji Muhyi Magaji Rimin Gado appreciated the foresight of the council for supporting the commission with a frame work that would ginger the commission in its fight against corruption in the state.
He called on the participants at the training to make judicious use of what they acquired at the training with a view to archiving the set goals.