The International Human Rights Commission (IHRC), Ghana Chapter, last week made specific appointments of certain personalities to constitute the Commission’s Interim Executive Committee to run affairs of the Commission in Ghana.
Chairman of the Ghana Chapter, Professor Michael Kwateng, in an interview revealed this amid the fight against coronavirus and noted the role of the IHRC in combatting the pandemic.
The Interim Executive Committee has Professor Michael Kwateng as Chairman; Dr. Gabriel Odeh Apotey, first Vice Chairman; Amanda Hughes, second Vice Chairman; David Doe Fiagbor, General Secretary; and Henry Ugah, Director of Research.
Others are Jonathan Kweku Sey, Director of Finance; Adjoa Obuo Duodu, Director of Protocol; Nana Kwesi Boateng, Director of Training and Education; Felix Martey Glover, Director of Media and Public Relations; Rev. Martin Tamakloe, Head of Culture and Religion; and Michael Kpabitey Hammond, Treasurer.
Professor Kwateng noted that the IHRC Ghana is working closely with the IHRC Geneva, Africa Region and United Nations as is expected – and also in the abnormal global pandemic times in which we find ourselves. He said that logistics and education needed to fight COVID-19 have been provided.
The Chairman advised the general public they must adhere to government of Ghana protocols and directives in dealing with the pandemic.