CHRAJ to investigate EC following IMANI’s petition

The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has accepted to investigate the Electoral Commission’s (EC) conduct in the retirement and disposal of some election-related equipment.

This follows a petition from IMANI Ghana after citizens expressed grave concerns over the EC’s handling of the nation’s scarce resources in the discharge of its duties.

In response, CHRAJ has asked IMANI to provide it with information relating to the allegations to assist with investigations.

“Kindly make the said information available to the Commission within ten days upon receipt of this letter to allow for expeditious investigations,” portions of the statement read.

Read full statement below:



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