The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice, CHRAJ, maintains that there have not been any findings regarding the allegations of abuse of office and corruption brought against Dr Richard Anane, Minister for Transport.
Between now and August 24, this year, the Commission will study evidence and submissions tendered in by individuals who are privy to the case and from Counsels of Dr Anane and the Commission.
It is therefore premature for anybody to assume that the CHRAJ has completed investigations and could reveal its findings at this time.
The Commissioner for the Anti Corruption Body, Ms Anna Bossman in an interview with CITI NEWS maintained that the work of her organization is an elaborate one and that the CHRAJ is now putting its findings together.
Ms Anna Bossman says the Commission investigated varied allegations which do not include the personal relationship between Dr Anane and his American mistress Alexandra O'Brien with whom he has a 2 year old son.
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