The Old Parliament House, opposite the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum in Accra, is being pulled down to pave the way for a new one to be constructed at a cost GH¢15 million. The amount is part of the budgetary allocation of GH¢37,816,401 approved by Parliament for the implementation of the activities and programs of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ). Cymain Ghana Limited is the firm undertaking the demolition, which started on Friday. Fire destroyed portions of the facility four years ago. The Old Parliament House has been barricaded while a notice has been posted on the premises to advise people to stay away from possible dangers. Only officials of Cymain Ghana Limited were allowed to have access to the site. About 10 workers were seen removing old and broken equipment for the bulldozers to destroy the over 50-year-old building. That’s according to the Daily Graphic report. The report said bulldozers descended on the building which was constructed in the early 1950s, it was certain that Ghana was losing one of its historical landmarks. The building, which housed the Citizens Vetting Committee (CVC), the Judgement Debt Commission, the CHRAJ and the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) caught fire in December 2013 and had parts of it destroyed, making it unsafe for people to occupy. An attempt to find out more about the demolition exercise proved futile as no official was willing to disclose information concerning the pulling down of the building. However, one of them, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said it would take three days for the building to be pulled down. He was unwilling to share any further information. There were no officials at CHRAJ to speak to because they had earlier been told not to report to work to allow the construction firm to carry on with the demolition.