The Western Regional Director of Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Naana Amuah Sekyi says reading bible during most part of your working hour’s amounts to corruption which can be reported to CHRAJ and investigated.
Speaking to Empire News in an exclusive interview in Takoradi, the Western Regional CHRAJ Director, who is also a legal practitioner said the Commission is sensitizing the public on the mandate of CHRAJ to investigate corruption saying most people involve themselves in what she termed as silent corruption such as going to work late and reading bibles during working hours needs to be checked. She is therefore urging employees and employers to report such cases to the commission for proper investigations
Mrs Efuah Naana Amuah Sekyi said her outfit recorded a total of 822 cases in 2017
She gave a breakdown of category of cases recorded and the role they play in resolving some of them
The Commission of Human Rights has 10 offices across the Western Region and investigates various complaints lodged by the public without any charge to the complainant. Cases range from children rights, economic cultural and social rights, and corruption cases amongst others.