For the purpose of these Rules and unless the context or usage otherwise indicates a different meaning: The “Act” refers to the National Human Rights Commission Act 1995, as amended by the National Human Rights Commission (Amendment) Act of 2010. “Admissibility” means a process by which the Commission determines the eligibility of a complaint for determination on its merits and “admit” or “admitted” shall, wherever they occur be construed accordingly. “Chairman” refers to the Chair of the Governing Council of the Commission. “Commission” refers to the National Human Rights Commission of Nigeria and any reference to any act being done or performed by “the Commission” shall be construed as an act done or performed by or under the authority of the Governing Council. “Commissioner” refers to a member of the Governing Council of the National Human Rights Commission. “Complaints”, include case, dispute or petition, and extends to a communication addressed to the Commission alleging a violation of a human right or fundamental freedom or seeking redress or remedies from the Commission for such allegations of violations.