9602463722539_4273740074648The Chairperson of the Commission of
Human Rights and Administrative
Justice Mrs Lauretta Lamptey has been
removed from office by president John
Mahama. It follows a recommendation by the
Chief Justice Committee set up to
investigate abuse of office allegations
against Mrs Lamptey. A presidential staffer confirmed the
removal to Myjoyonline.com
Wednesday evening. A full statement
will be issued to that effect, the staffer
added. Minutes earlier, the Presidential Advisor on Corruption Daniel Bartidam told Joy
FM’s Newsnite co-host Evans Mensah
the “president has acted.” When he was asked what the action
was Mr Bartidam declined to give
further information, except to hint that
by tomorrow that decision will be made
public. He rebuffed claims the president
delayed in taking a decision on the
embattled chair. According to him, the president acted
according to law and followed due
process spelt out in the constitution.

Source: Myjoyonline

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