The Public Complaints Commission (PCC), with support from the European Union-funded, has declared “Support to Anti-corruption in Nigeria” Project implemented by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Nigeria.
The UNODC has scheduled to hold a 3-day roundtable consultative process to finalise the draft “Promotion of Administrative Justice Regulation,” according to the statement issued and signed by media officer of the body, Sylvester Atere.
“The 3-day event is expected to commence July 12-14 at the Bolton White Hotel, Abuja,” adding that, “the ‘Promotion of Administrative Justice Regulation’ is expected to guide government administrative procedures in such a way as to promote timeliness, transparency and administrative review in the conduct of government business.
“When completed, the regulation is expected to be issued by the President of Nigeria or Head of Service of the Federation. During the roundtable, a medium-term strategic plan would also be developed for the Commission to set new goals and how to achieve them.
“PCC recently celebrated its 40th year of delivering ombudsman services to Nigerians. The Commission’s mandate include: the promotion of effectiveness and efficiency in both public and private sectors through the investigation and resolution of complaints against Federal, States, Local Governments, Public Corporations and Private Organisations and their officials.”