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Kano Anti-graft body, ICPC to checkmate disbursement of relief materials by Senator Lado

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Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission to partner with the state office of Independent Corruption Practices and Other Related offences Commission towards checkmating the alleged corrupt activities in the disbursement of relief material by the office of National Refugees Commission headed by Senator Garba Lado.

Executive Chairman of Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission, Barrister Muhuyi Magaji Rimin Gado, made this assertion while receiving the new Commissioner of Kano Zonal office of Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission on a courtesy visit in his office.

The Chairman said that the authority that was saddled with the responsibility of distributing the items to the beneficiaries, was planning to divert it for its selfish interest, assured to work with the state office of ICPC to ensure no single item was diverted for such purpose.

He described the margin of ICPC and public complaints act together, has been described as the wise decision that is propelling Kano Anti-Graft Agency to discharge its duties more effectively

Barrister Muhuyi Magaji added that during the previous times, some Lawyers have tried to challenge the Law that establish the Commission to the extent that they even go to the High Court for hearing of the such case.

Mr Muhuyi revealed that the Law that established the Kano Anti-Graft Agency has been carefully crafted to suit the powers duties of the Commission in Kano which led to the huge success been recorded since he assumed office as the chief executive of the outfit.

While congratulating the new Commissioner over his recent posting as head of Kano office of the ICPC, he however urged him to brace up in confronting the series of challenges and problems that may arise during the discharge of his duties in the state.

He then solicits on having working synergy between the two sister agencies towards checkmating corrupt practices and other related offences across the state.

Earlier, in his remarks, the state Commissioner of ICPC, Barrister Ibrahim Kagara, assured a cordial working relationship with Kano Anti-Corruption Commission with a view to forming a synergy in the fight against Corruption.

Barrister Kagara said Corruption was such a serious problem in the country that needed concerted efforts of the sister agencies and all other stakeholders so as to tackle it more effectively.

He then emphasized that fighting corruption at all ramifications was the driving force behind his visit to Kano Anti-Graft Agency.

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