The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice, CHRAJ as part of its core mandates, has implemented measures to ensure administrative justice and anti-corruption mandate in the Western North Region.
According to the Western North Regional Director of CHRAJ, Mr Eric Kumi Ntaah not only does the Commission ensures the sustainability of human rights as many Ghanaians perceive but also pursues issues of corruption.
Speaking in an interview with the igoghana, he enlightened that CHRAJ independently has three core broad mandates such as Human Rights mandate, Administrative Justice mandate and Anti-Corruption mandate.
He said as part of these core mandates, the Commission has implemented measures to ensure strict observation of Administrative Justice mandate and Anti-Corruption mandate in the young region.
“The Administration of Justice mandate which obliges public officers to work evenly will enable all public workers to work with full commitment”, he pointed out.
Mr Ntaah stated further that the Anti-Corruption mandate of the Commission obliges public officers to make assets declarations which will ensure the checks on corruption and individual possession of public properties.
He pledged the commitment of the regional office of the Commission in ensuring that the three mandates were well implemented in the young region to the benefit of all.