29Dec

ActionAid Ghana closes down alleged witches camp in Northern Region

Tuesday 24th December, 2019      By Rashid Mbugri – GNA Nabuli N/R, Dec. 24, GNA – ActionAid Ghana in collaboration with the Commission of Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Reintegration Committee and other partners has closed down an alleged witches’ camp in Nabuli, a community in the Gushiegu Municipality. The closure of the camp […]

07Dec

Fight against corruption, money laundering: Confiscate ill-gotten wealth …from culprits after jail time – A-G

December 5, 2019  BY CLAUDE NYARKO ADAMS Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Gloria Akuffo has urged local and international anti-corruption agencies to intensify efforts to confiscate proceeds of corruption and money laundering to deter others from engaging in such practices. The agencies include the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Economic and Organised […]

06Dec

‘Enforce anti-graft laws to consolidate gains’

December 3, 2019  BY JONATHAN DONKOR Former acting Commissioner of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Ms Anna Bossman has called for strict enforcement of anti-graft laws to consolidate gains made five years after the development of the National Anti-Corruption Action Plan (NACAP). The NACAP is a national strategy containing four main objectives […]

08Oct

We’ll consider request for public hearing of PPA investigations — CHRAJ

Date: Sep 27 , 2019  BY: Caroline Boateng The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has said it will consider a request by the suspended Head of the Public Procurement Authority (PPA), Mr Agyenim Boateng Adjei, for a public hearing of investigations into his conduct by the commission.   It said it would take […]

21Aug

Anti-corruption strategy only a plan — Study

Date: Aug 21 , 2019 BY: Caroline Boateng A study by the Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) has established that the country’s anti-corruption strategy was only a plan, because there was no commitment towards its implementation. According to the findings, the government, politicians and other implementing agencies, showed little commitment of the implementation of the strategy. […]

16Aug

Protect kids against harmful cultural practices – Parents charged

August 14, 2019 Director of Public Education at the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) Nana Yamfoa Amua-Sekyi has urged parents to up their game in parental responsibility and desist from allowing their children partake in harmful cultural practices like child marriage. She further tasked parents to not neglect their children to wander […]

15Aug

Dismissed GCB staff petition CHRAJ

Date: Aug 12 , 2019  BY: Caroline Boateng Thirty-six former staff of the Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB), dismissed in April this year, have petitioned the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) for wrongful and unfair dismissal. They want CHRAJ not to only declare the termination of their employment contracts as unfair, wrong and […]

24Jun

Creative arts urged to embark on anti-corruption projects

Last Updated: Jun 23 , 2019 , 11:15 | Date: Jun 23 , 2019 , 11:15 BY: Daily Graphic The Greater Accra Regional Director of CHRAJ, Ms Mary Nartey, has tasked those in the creative arts industry to use their talents to fight corruption. This is because they have the ability to influence people’s behaviours and attitudes […]

07Jun

CHRAJ probes Freddie Blay over 275 buses

Date: Jun 05 , 2019 , 07:50 BY: Caroline Boateng – Graphic Com.Ltd The Chairperson of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr Freddie Worsemao Blay, will on Friday, June 7, 2019, face committal proceedings for contempt of court at an Accra High Court. The proceedings are for his persistent failure to respond to several requests […]