Convener of the Progressive Nationalists Forum (PNF), Richard Nyamah, is asking the President to make public the report of the investigations carried out on the indicted Commissioner of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ).
[contextly_sidebar id=”VpgflrlrUhhyxiWCKrPBvRdBW3rqfgjK”]“I am calling on the President John Dramani Mahama to as a matter of urgency publish the findings of the Justice Anin Yeboah committee report without further delay.”
The embattled commissioner was accused of expending some $4,200 as monthly rent for 33 months on her hotel accommodation, while over GHS180,000 was being spent to renovate her official bungalow.
A committee tasked to investigate the matter had earlier this month forwarded their report to the president.
In a statement, the Convener of PNF, Richard Nyamah, who petitioned the president to sanction Lauretta Lamptey, explained that publishing the report would be of tremendous help to the committee currently investigating the judicial corruption scandal.
“I am of the view that the current committee sitting on Anas’ investigations into the judiciary will largely benefit from the Anin Yeboah report especially in terms of practice and procedure of the committee sittings. The earlier the report is published, the better for the fight against corruption”he noted.
Richard Nyamah again urged the Chief Justice “to automate the committee set up to look into the Anas corruption cases” since “It is said that justice delayed is justice denied.”
He said the Chief Justice should empower the committee with all the modern technological tools needed to speed up the process for early resolution of the cases before it.
By: Godwin A. Allotey/citifmonline.com/Ghana