Reports


COMMISSION HELPS FAMILY RECOVER N18M INSURANCE BENEFITS 8 YEARS AFTER THE DEATH OF BREADWINNER

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Aug 2015

COMMISSION HELPS FAMILY RECOVER N18M INSURANCE BENEFITS 8 YEARS AFTER THE DEATH OF BREADWINNER

The family of late Mr. Godfrey Eromona has received the sum of eighteen million, four hundred and forty five thousand, one hundred and forty three Naira (N18,445,143.00) from the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) being the insurance benefits of the deceased after the next of kin,Mrs. Emudia Eromona and her lawyers petitioned the Public Complaints Commission. In a petitioned lodged at the Lagos Office of...

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THE OMBUDSMAN INSTITUTION

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Aug 2015

THE OMBUDSMAN INSTITUTION

THE OMBUDSMAN INSTITUTION AND PUBLIC COMPLAINTS COMMISSION, NIGERIA. 1. THE ORIGIN OF OMBUDSMAN (EVOLUTION OF THE GLOBAL CONCEPT As modern institution, it dates back to the office of “Justitieombudsman” Which was established by the parliament watchdog in Sweden In 1919, over a century after Sweden, Finland adopted the concept; Denmark followed in 1954, and Norway became the last of the Scandinavian countries to do so...

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PM NEWS PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR PCC

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May 2015

PM NEWS PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR PCC

“The Commission has the sole and specialized mandate to address any administrative injustice in any of the government establishments in the Federal, State and Local government and Companies as well as their officials” This submission was made recently when top functionaries of Public complaints Commission (PCC), Lagos State Office paid a courtesy visit to ACME office of the PM News. Speaking further, Olukoga opined that...

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Deplorable Condition of roads in Surulere rehabilitated after complaints to PCC

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May 2015

Deplorable Condition of roads in Surulere rehabilitated after complaints to PCC

PCC/LS/COM.2014/P.19 DEPLORABLE CONDITION OF ROADS IN SURULERE, SURULERE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA. LAGOS STATE.   The above complaint dated 24th June, 2014 was initiated by the Commission against the Lagos State Ministry of Works and Infrastructure, Alausa – Ikeja. It borders on the deplorable condition of roads on Olufemi Road and Kilo Road, both in Surulere. These roads were tarred not too long ago, before they were eroded,...

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HEADLINE  – ‘’OUR MANDATE IS CLEAR’’ RIDER – ‘’IDEA OF MERGER BLAMED ON LACK OF PUBLICITY OF P.C.C ACTIVITIES’’

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May 2015

HEADLINE – ‘’OUR MANDATE IS CLEAR’’ RIDER – ‘’IDEA OF MERGER BLAMED ON LACK OF PUBLICITY OF P.C.C ACTIVITIES’’

In an apparent reaction to the announcement of the Federal Government regarding its decision to merge the Public Complaints Commission with the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), the authorities of the Public Complaints Commission (P.C.C) recently embarked on a media tour emphasizing the importance and roles of P.C.C as a societal watchdog in the pursuit of truth. The sensitization efforts which was anchored by the...

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LASTMA DISMISSES 325 FOR MISCONDUCT AFTER COMPLAINTS TO PCC

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May 2015

LASTMA DISMISSES 325 FOR MISCONDUCT AFTER COMPLAINTS TO PCC

The Chairman Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) Mr. Young Arebamen, a Retired Police Commissioner has disclosed that the agency had dismissed 325 officers for various acts of misconduct and that and operations of his agency were made traffic gridlock in the State a thing of the past. Arebamen made this disclosure when the top management of Public Complaints Commission (P.C.C) led by the Federal...

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Feb 2015

Bryan Stevenson Wants ‘Equal Justice’ for blacks

Prof. Bryan Stevenson: “I don’t think there’s been a time in American history with more innocent people in prison.” From 1877 to 1950, nearly 4,000 black people were lynched in the United States. Bryan Stevenson says these stories aren’t part of the collective historical memory of most Americans, but they should be. Stevenson is the founder and director of the Equal Justice Institute, an Alabama-based non-profit that fights for retrials,...

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