The title of this study is “The Role of the Public Complaints Commission,” and it is a research project.
within the context of Safeguarding the Rights of Workers Against Administrative Unfairness and
Maladministration in Nigeria”. The study endeavor was kicked up as a result of the
a comment made on the deterioration of the organization’s performance in several states
Notwithstanding the general success of organizational goals, the Commission’s offices have not yet been
target. Finding out what has to be done was consequently the primary objective of this investigation.
have had a role in the fall of the population. In order to accomplish this goal, statistics were gathered and
Interview was carried out. In the data that was obtained, there were straightforward descriptive descriptions of
There was consideration given to the annual reports. During the course of this investigation, the results showed that
that the restrictions imposed by the Act have had a detrimental effect on the overall performance of
Commission’s workforce, however that the staff has difficulties when carrying out its responsibilities
their own fields of work. In addition, the responses demonstrated that the Commission should
Continue to hold training programs, focusing in particular on investigations, such
will lead to improved performance from the employees. In conclusion, the contention advanced in this study is that,
despite the fact that the PCC has accomplished a few things in reference to the discharge of
It’s possible that since it hasn’t done a good job of fulfilling its mission from the time it was established until now.
the scoreboard in question In this respect, the researcher or study has made the following observations:
proposals that will have far-reaching implications, and they are certain to have such implications
If they are to be believed, the commission should be made more focused, more robust, and more active.
executed with sound judgment.
The Honorable Chief Justice J.V. Milvain, presiding over the Supreme Court’s trial division
judgment was handed down by the court of Albarat, Canada, in the matter on January 6th, 1990.
If the claimant was denied access to the court in “Feldbrugge V. Netherlands A/100/1986,”
the continuation of his social security payments after he became ill and retired as a consequence of his illness
ill health – the court ruled that a person has the right to continue receiving benefit payments after becoming unwell.