The Member of Parliament (MP) for Nsawam Adoagyiri, Annoh Dombreh, has served the Presidency with a petition calling on the office of the President to as a matter of urgency, impeach the Commissioner for the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Lauretta Lamptey.
The MP petitioned President John Mahama over Ms. Lamptey?s decision to spend a whooping $180,000 on rent alone with a space of three years, when she is alleged to have been staying at a hotel with her two children since her tenancy expired in 2013 and has confirmed paying $456.25 daily.
Although at the time he announced his decision to petition the President, nothing has been sent to the Presidency, information gathered later indicated that the MP had walked his talk and had written the petition to that effect.
Sources close to the Presidency revealed that the said petition from the MP was handed over to a lady called Doris and she in turn forwarded it to Nartey at the presidency.
Also, tyhe Deputy Communications Minister Ato Sarpong confirmed that the presidency has finally received the MP?s petition.
According to the MP’s petition, it described the CHRAJ boss? conduct as ?unfortunate,? especially at a time Ghana is in talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a possible bail out after crippling economic and cash-flow challenges.