The Rastafarian Council of Ghana has rescinded its decision to petition the Commission on Human Rights and Administration Justice (CHRAJ), over what it describes as human rights abuse by the Western Regional Director of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA), Mr. Emmanuel Narh.
Mr. Narh was quoted to have said his office does not give licence to just any Rastafarian, as some of them abuse drugs.
The National President of the Rastafarian Council, Ahumah Bosco Ocansey, who has been pursuing the matter since the DVLA Western Regional Manager made the comment in a radio interview last month said they have accepted an apology from the Chief Executive officer of the Authority, Mr. Kwasi Agyeman Busia.
“We agreed that the apology was enough so we have decided that we will rescind the petition we had intended to submit to CHRAJ”.
The whole meeting with Mr. Busia , he noted was cordial, where he reiterated his position that Emmanuel Narh’s statements and posturing was conturary to the posture of the DVLA and in particular his strategy and direction as leader of the DVLA.