The Commissioner for the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Lauretta Vivian Lamptey, has been accused of spending $180,000 on rent.
A document cited by Citi News indicates that since assuming office three years ago, Ms Lamptey is yet to move into her official residence which is still under renovation with several variations at cost of GHC 182,000.
She is said to have subsequently rented an apartment at the AU Village at the cost of $4,500 per month.
She was however ejected from her rented apartment following the expiration of her 2013 tenancy.
The CHRAJ boss has since moved into one of the best hotels in Accra where she pays $456.25 daily.
The document further noted that a budgetary allocation of GHC 1.5 million has been made available to the Commission with an allocated GHC 500,000 for annual accommodation expenses for staff.
But between January and August 2014, Ms Lamptey alone has spent GHC 120,000 on her monthly rent.
The CHRAJ boss has also been accused of working from the hotel since April 2014.