A petition submitted by Govt Director of the Alliance for Social Equity and General public Accountability (ASEPA), against the Main Justice (CJ) on the declaration of property and liabilities has been dismissed by the Fee for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ).
Mensah Thompson believes Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah due to the fact his assumption of the function as an Appeals court choose in 2008 and a decide of the Supreme Court still left his assets undeclared opposite to the dictates of the Constitution.
Adhering to preliminary investigations, CHRAJ found “as a truth that the respondent has complied with Article 286 of the constitution by declaring his property and liabilities to the Auditor-Typical.”
But the Commission also took into account the simple fact that Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah experienced “declared his property and liabilities at the time the allegations were produced and obtaining glad the problems for keeping that office then, all be it a late submission, what should be the ideal action that the commissioner ought to just take in respect of the effects of the investigation?”
CHRAJ, consequently, dismissed the grievance “as overtaking, unsubstantiated, and not manufactured out” on the basis that Justice Anin Yeboah has “complied with Posting 286, the correct action in the situation.”