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NAZAHA Declares The Daily Received Reports Statistics Through Its Contact Channels with the Whistleblowers


​An official source at the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NAZAHA) declares that the commission has reviewed a cartoon drawing in Aljazera newspaper, in its series No. 14576, dated 07/10/1433, by Mr. Hajed, representing the commissions fax, and a huge pile of paper is surrounding it, as if they represent the reports in which the commission receives, where the artist depicts the fax in a weariness and fatigue state from the huge number of reports received.
The official source pointed out that the commission welcomes the complaints of the citizens no matter what their amount is, giving them full attention starting from the moment of receiving them through the commissions channels, and till the procedures are finished, in which will be in a continuous contact with the whistleblower.
Also, the official source said that the daily average amount of received reports by the commission is about a hundred report, through its contact channels, which are the e-mail (NAZAHA), assigned reports fax No. (012645555), official post, on its postal address (The National Anti-Corruption Commission 7667 Olaya – Ghadeer District – Riyadh 1331 – 2525 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), and telegraph, as the commission also receives the reports via personal attending to its headquarter in Ghadeer District, this method is for the secret reports such as the bribery reports.
As the commission also provided another channel for answering the whistleblowers inquires on the ways and conditions of submitting reports on the unified number (19991), that provides information of how to submit a report, or inquiries concerning this matter.
The official source clarified that the most important requirements of the reports are, mentioning the reporters name, National ID. No., address, and his contact number,  also, the reporter has the right to ask the Commission to hide his data while dealing with the report.
The head of the commission appreciates the cooperation of the citizens and residents, and their desire to communicate with the commission, and to provide it with available information concerning corruption, negligence, and the low services practices.