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We Need To Legalize Prostitution In Ghana To Ensure Prostitutes Receive Better Care And Protection — CHRAJ Commissioner

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The commissioner of CHRAJ, Mr Joseph Whittal has proposed a controversial if not unconventional idea for dealing with the numerous issues facing prostitutes in Ghana.
Women who engage in the oldest profession known to man in this country often have to deal with endless challenges, from police raids to working in dangerous conditions and facing diseases and on and on.

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STATEMENT: NPP Says Mahama's Last Minute Appointments Are In 'Bad Faith' And Promises To 'Review' Them When In Office

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The incoming NPP’s transition team have reacted with disappointment to new appointments made by the President to bodies like CHRAJ and the NCCE, promising to review the appointments once they take over on January 7.
A statement signed by the head of the transition team, Yaw Osafo Marfo, said the appointments were made in contravention to an agreement reached between the incoming and outgoing governments for such appointments to be made in consultation with each other.

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NPP Drags Mahama To Court For Appointing CHRAJ And NCCE Bosses With Less Than Three Weeks Left In Office

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President Mahama

The opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) has sued the President, John Dramani Mahama, for appointing new chairpersons for the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) and the National Commission on Civic Education (NCCE) with less than three weeks of his tenure to go.
The party, represented by lawyer Philip Addision, filed a writ challenging the appointments of the President.

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CHRAJ Congratulates President-Elect Akufo-Addo

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Nana Addo

The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), has congratulated Nana Akufo-Addo for emerging winner in the just ended general polls.
In a statement signed by the acting Commissioner, Richard Quayson, CHRAJ also congratulated the people of Ghana and president Mahama for conceding defeat and prioritising the country.

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CHRAJ Clearing Mahama Sends The Wrong Message To Public Officials – Former CHRAJ Commissioner Emile Short

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The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) report clearing President Mahama of any wrongdoing in the Ford gift saga is problematic and sends the wrong signal to public servants.
Those are the thoughts of Justice Emile Short, former Commissioner of the Investigative body.

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READ: CHRAJ Report On Decision To Clear President Mahama Of Bribery In Ford Gift Saga

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The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), after a probe into allegations of bribery against President Mahama for receiving a Ford vehicle from a Burkinabe contractor, cleared the President of any wrongdoing.
The Commission ruled that there is no evidence of bribery against the President in his actions over the saga. They added that since he handed over the car to be joined to the State’s pool of vehicles, he was not culpable of bribery, fraud or conflict of interest.

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CHRAJ Clears President Mahama Of Bribery Allegation In Ford Gift Saga

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The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) have cleared President John Dramani Mahama of any wrongdoing in the Ford gift saga after concluding their probe into the matter.
CHRAJ were investigating allegations of bribery against the President who received a Ford Expedition vehicle from Burkinabe contractor Djibril Kanazoe, a contractor who subsequently received contracts from the government of Ghana.

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CHRAJ Launches Probe Into Allegations President Mahama Received A Ford Vehicle As A Bribe

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President Mahama
President Mahama

The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has set up a panel to commence preliminary investigations into the allegations of bribery levelled against the President following a news report into his receipt of a gift of a Ford vehicle from a Burkinabe contractor.
Spokesperson for the Commission, Comfort Akosua Edu, said following receipt of a petition calling for a probe, the Commission has launched a preliminary investigation into the issue, to decide if it merits a fuller probe.

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