CHRAJ failed on its mandate in my ‘contract for sale’ case – A.B Adjei

A.B Adjei

Former Chief Executive Officer(CEO) for the Public Procurement Authority (PPA) A.B Adjei says he was expecting the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) to protect his fundamental human rights.

But to him, the commission which is mandated to protect the human rights of people failed to do so in the case brought before it in the contract for sale scandal

He said from the findings of CHRAJ, it was clear that he did no wrong because there was nowhere that Commission proved that he and his company sold contracts to companies.

“If I am been haunted by people, I am supposed to visit CHRAJ so that they protect me but this time around, the Commission rather failed me. I’ve been looking for where in the document that they stipulated that I sold contracts. I’m looking for a table that will prove that I sold contracts to company A or B but that cannot be found,” he said in an interview on Accra-based Nte2TV monitored by

In his view, all the CHRAJ report on his case contains are narratives and nothing factual to nail him for selling contracts to other companies.

“Ghanaians were expecting a report that will expose me for the contracts I’ve sold so far but what the report contains are narratives, narratives from people they invited whiles there is no shred of evidence that suggest that I was selling contracts.”