The commission on human rights and administrative justice (CHRAJ) has finally ruled that President Mahama is not guilty of accusations regarding the Ford Expedition gift scandal. The ruling has got members of the various political divide wage war at each other over the "truth" of the ruling by CHRAJ.
Already, lawyer to the president, Tony Lithur, has welcomed the report by CHRAJ in good faith concluding that President Mahama has finally been vilified against all attempts to have him impeached by the opposition parties and minority members in parliament.
Top NPP official, Professor Mike Ocquaye, has described the report as "curious" arguing that: "There are more questions than answers and I don’t think we are anywhere nearing closure to such a controversial issue."
Minority leader in parliament, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, has strongly added that the report by CHRAJ shows that the commission simply exists to do the presidency’s bidding.
Meanwhile, the campaign manager for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) 2016 election campaign, Kofi Adams, says the CHRAJ report shames all critics of President Mahama arguing that the opposition parties are only trying to "destroy a gem, a pearl that we have”.