President John Mahama and former vice president Amissah Arthur are pictured together, The ex-president on the right and his late vice president on the left. In a new salary report, the salaries of the former president of Ghana, late former vice president, and their wives have been revealed. This revelation has got people talking, is it that the payments existed before and needed modification or it is now being implemented?. Ghanaians need good explanations.
The finance ministry published the amounts earned by Mr. Mahama, his late vice, and their wives. Mr Mahama earned Ghc 15,972 in 2012; Ghc 22,464 in 2013, Ghc 24,710 in 2014, and Ghc 27,181 in 2015. During 2012 and 2013, Amissah Arthur received Ghc 14,375 in salary, Ghc 20,218 in 2014, Ghc 22,239 in 2015, and Ghc 26,909 in 2016. These are the salaries they took while in office.
An explanation of the salary structure can be found in the chart below
Source: Daily Guide
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