By Mohammed Nur
Kano – Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State on Thursday renewed his commitment to uphold independence of the state Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission to enable it discharge its duties efficiently.
The governor said this on Thursday during the unveiling of NIPOST anti-corruption stamps.
Ganduje said the state government would ensure that the anti-graft agency remained totally independent to enable it discharge its duties without interference from any quarters.
According to him, the state government had established offices in all the 44 local government areas of the state for rural people to lodge their complaints.
Ganduje said the government would provide computers and Internet facilities to the local government offices to make them operate effectively.
The governor reiterated that fighting corruption would not be won by the singular effort of an agency but through collective efforts and partnership.
He commended President Muhammadu Buhari for his efforts in the war against corruption.
Ganduje also commended NIPOST for creating more awareness for the anti-corruption crusade.
However, he called for more synergy among the anti-graft agencies and Nigerians to combat corruption.