The Jigawa State Public Complaints Commission said it has received 115 complaints between January and February already.
Director of the Commission, Alhaji Garba Muhammad disclosed this in an interview with newsmen on Monday.
He said out of the 115 complaints received 27 were resolved and 88 are still pending.
He explained that most of the complaints received from individuals comprised of Farmland encroachment, pension matters, and between governments and individuals.
Garba said the commission has offices in Dutse, Birnin Kudu, Ringim, Hadejia, Kazaure, Gumel, and Kafin Hausa.
He added that individuals can channel their complaints through e-mail, post office, and letters.
The commission which was established in 1975 has offices in the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja.
Jigawa public complaints commission records 115 cases between January, February