Financial analyst, Sydney Casely-Hayford will this week demand an outcome of his petition to the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) calling for investigations into alleged corruption at the Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Development Agency (GYEEDA).
Mr. Casely-Hayford in November last year petitioned CHRAJ and the Council of State to initiate full investigation into allegations of fraud against officials of GYEEDA and also get government to retrieve all monies given to various Service Providers under the scheme.
Speaking on Citi FM’s news analysis program, The Big Issue, Casely-Hayford expressed disappointment in the manner in which CHRAJ is handling the issue.
He said: “As far as this crusade is concerned to try and unravel this GYEEDA, I am not going to let up. I am going to CHRAJ…I am going to find out what and why they think that they should not look at GYEEDA the way I recommended.”
He insisted that his request was “far more reaching than what the President is doing and what the AG [Attorney General] is doing.”
Casely-Hayford maintained that CHRAJ owes him a response to his petition “to at least let me know what his take is.”
By: Efua Idan Osam/citifmonline.com/Ghana