Former Chair of a Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Justice Francis Emile Short suspects that a Senior Minister’s matter that it was not right for President Akufo-Addo to enrich a CEO of a JOSPONG Group if indiscretion is determined opposite a businessman, might have been designed to minimise a disastrous response a President’s comments received.
According to Justice Short, a Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo Maafo was perplexing to “undo a damage” finished by a boss in creation nominal remarks about Chief Executive of JOSPONG Group, Joseph Siaw Agyapong, whose businesses are underneath an review for purported acceleration of contracts.
President Akufo-Addo on a debate of one of a subsidiaries of JOSPONG Group , a Accra Compost and Recycling Plant during Adjen Kotoku on Nov 10, lauded a Group Chairman, Joseph Siaw Agyepong, propelling him to understanding with a controversies surrounding his business models.
“What we are witnessing here is a complicated approach of providing service, a partnership between a State and private zone to broach open goods. And, in this case, a many critical in any city is sanitation,” a President said.
But Mr. Yaw Osafo Maafo vocalization Monday during a launch of a National Anti-corruption and Transparency week celebrated a president’s publicity of a JOSPONG Group of Companies can't be right if a purported hurtful deeds of Joseph Siaw Agyapong’s association are found to be true.
Yaw Osafo Maafo
He pronounced it will be inapt for a boss to be seen to be endorsing a wrongdoer.
“It’s positively not right. It will give a wrong signals if we are seen to be pampering or endorsing a famous wrongdoer. That one is not right,” he said.
Commenting on a Senior Minister’s acknowledgement on Joy FM Tuesday, however, Justice Emile Short voiced warn that “the boss will make nominal remarks about someone who is underneath investigations.”
“I can’t know since he should make such an error. That in my mind was an blunder of judgment,” a former CHRAJ Boss told Daniel Dadzie, a sit-in horde of a Super Morning Show.
He remained assured that Mr. Osafo Maafo’s involvement is an try to scold a repairs a president’s remarks have caused.
“I consider that’s an blunder and I’m not astounded that it hasn’t left down good with anti-corruption campaigners and a minority members in parliament,” he said.
Justice Short confirmed a repairs would be totally erased if President Akufo-Addo himself comes out to explain a comments.
“The boss himself ought to come behind and scold a error” since “the Senior Minister might not have totally erased a damage…He has finished so to some border though a President contingency come out and do some kind of repairs control,” Justice Short serve advised.