Mr Muhyi Magaji Majiya is the Chairman of Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission. In this interview, he says that Kano state has now joined the Open Governance Partnership, OGP, an initiative to ensure transparency and accountability in governance. He is also assures that if his commission is furnished with facts on the allegation of mismanagement of N350 billion by the past regime, he is ready to do the needful. *Kwankwaso Excerpts: What is Open Governance Partnership? It is a global initiative whereby civil society groups, labor unions and the government come together to form a partnership for transparency and accountability in governance. That is what is called open governance. They set a benchmark and watch whatever government is doing in governing the affairs of people. Nigeria joined OGP in 2016 and in 2017 Kano state through a letter submitted to the OGP office at the Federal Ministry of Justice sought to join OGP. Kano state was subsequently approved and welcomed to the OGP family. Kano state is second only to Kaduna state to join OGP in Nigeria. What is unique about the Kano’s OGP? The Kano’s OGP is unique because it is not led by a single Chairman, but has co-chair, one from the civil society and the other from the government. All the stakeholders are equal, so the action plan is developed by the both the government and the civil society groups. It is not dominated by the government.