Rejection of Compliant
Where a complaint has been made to the Commission, the Commission after examination of the complaint may reject the complaint if the Commission is of the opinion that-
(a) the complaint is frivolous or vexatious; or
(b) the complaint does not pertain to a matter the Commission is empowered to deal with under the Integrity in Public Life Act.
A complaint shall not be rejected by the Commission without the Commission giving the person who made the complaint a reasonable opportunity to be heard.