SSNIT pledges full cooperation with CHRAJ investigation into sale of 60% stake in six hotels

The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has assured the public that it will fully cooperate with an investigation by the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) into the trust’s decision to sell a 60% stake in six hotels.

In a statement issued on Sunday, May 19, SSNIT said it would not comment further on the matter due to the impending investigation, but promised to work closely with CHRAJ to ensure a thorough and transparent process.

The trust’s decision to sell the hotels has been met with criticism, with some calling for a full-scale investigation into the matter.

SSNIT has maintained that the sale is aimed at increasing efficiency and long-term sustainability, but has faced accusations of a lack of transparency in the process.

CHRAJ’s investigation is expected to examine the trust’s decision-making process and ensure that it has acted in accordance with the law and in the best interests of pensioners and contributors.

SSNIT’s cooperation with the investigation is seen as a positive step towards resolving the matter and addressing concerns about transparency and accountability.

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