The Truth Foundation, a pressure group is asking CHRAJ to extend the facilities it has put at the disposal of Alexandra O'Brien to Madam Giselle Yajzi to enable her testify in the Hotel Kufuor saga.
The Human Right Commission is arranging to bring Road Transport Minister, Richard Anane's mistress, Miss O'Brien to the country to assist in its investigations of the Minister.
But the coordinator of the Truth Foundation, Alhaji Bature Iddrisu told JOY News that CHRAJ's handling of the two cases smacks of double standard.
He said as the commission failed to heed calls to facilitate the arrival of Giselle Yajzi who claims she has evidence that president Kufuor is the owner of what has become known as hotel Kufuor, it is making frantic efforts to hear the evidence of Alexandra O'Brien.
Meanwhile, the commission says it cannot be blamed for the inability of Giselle Yajzi to testify in the hotel Kufuor case.
It says unlike Ms. O'Brien who has shown commitment to ensuring that her side of the story is heard, Giselle Yajzi has failed to co-operate with the commission.
The commission says it has received a formal statement from Ms. O'Brien on the case against Dr. Anane but Madam Yajzi has failed to furnish it with her statement even though she was requested to do so.