CHRAJ

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CHRAJCommission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (est. 1993; Ghana)
CHRAJCommission on Human Rights and Justice
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All members must be be sacked from the PPA boardroom and handed over to the CHRAJ and the Special Prosecutor to be hauled before the law courts to account for their stewardship.
(39.) Ghana Web, "Anane Appears Before CHRAJ," 17 January 2006.
Religious bodies and local nongovernmental organizations have disseminated CHRAJ messages to the grassroots through workshops, seminars, and support for communities with grievances to present their case to the commission.
That case was reported to CHRAJ and they are still doing investigations because the girl is no more in Walewale." (President, Gbanaian Association for Women's Welfare)
Camp leaders prevented CHRAJ from investigating the allegations.
CHRAJ, the Department of Social Welfare, and the National Commission for Civic Education agreed to investigate, but were hindered by a lack of resources and staff.
A letter signed by the Executive Secretary to the President, Nana Asante Bediatuo, under the direction of the President, referred to CHRAJ, 'allegations of conflict of interest made against Mr Adjenim Boateng Adjei, CEO of the PPA, in a documentary titled 'Contracts for Sale,' a Manasseh Azure Awuni investigation...'
The government-funded Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) estimates that approximately 1,090 women suspected of being witches permanently reside in camps in Yendi, Bimbilla, and Gambaga.
The country is said to be losing $3 billion (GHS13.5bn) every year through corruption, the Deputy Commissioner of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has said.
The government-funded Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) and human rights NGOs mounted a campaign to end the practice of banishing these women from their villages, but have met with little success.
Meanwhile, a coalition of Ghana groups, led by the former Head of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative (CHRAJ), Justice Emile Short, has called on the government to expedite action and legal, political, diplomatic steps to ensure justice is served.
We are also intend to sign similar agreement with the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP), Commission on Human Right and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) and other institutions to hold people accountable, he added.