FCT PUBLIC COMPLAINTS COMMISSION AND NIGERIAN TULIP INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FORGE STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
The Federal Capital Territory’s (FCT) office of the Public Complaints Commission (PCC) and Nigerian Tulip International College (NTIC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The MoU which was signed on Monday in Abuja at the Commission’s office signals a joint commitment to fostering empowerment and collaboration between the two institutions.
Under the leadership of Comrade Dalhatu Ezekiel Musa, the Honourable Commissioner of the PCC FCT, and Mr. Fetullah Bilgin, the Managing Director of NTIC, the agreement aims to create a platform for mutual support and community development. The partnership will leverage the strengths of both organizations to benefit the residents of the FCT.
Speaking after the signing ceremony, Mr Bilgin said it’s an honour to work closely with the Commission and looks forward to a mutually beneficial partnership between his institution and the Commission.
On his part, Dalhatu said the collaboration will benefit residents of the FCT ranging from opportunity to access Schorlaship in the school for indigent original inhabitants of FCT, renovation of some selected dilapidated schools in and provision of portable water in rural communities to compliment Government effort and human resource of having some pupils undergoing vacation training in the Turkish institution periodically. He commended the NTIC for their commitment to community development.