The commission of human rights and administrative justice (CHRAJ) is questioning interior minister, Mark Woyongo and other high-ranking government officials over the controversial ford-gift saga involving President Mahama.
Reports by Citi FM show that CHRAJ is also planning to present its final report on the ford-gift by the end of August, 2016. The investigation follows a petition by the Convention Peoples Pary (CPP) to CHRAJ over the need for President Mahama to be investigated.
Meanwhile, President Mahama has in a letter to CHRAJ revealed that he is innocent of allegations of bribery leveled against him after accepting a Ford gift from a Burkinabe contractor.
The letter, signed by his lawyer, Tony Lithur, follows calls on the president to resign as members of opposition parties as the NPP and CPP argue the president acted in his parochial interest.