A Ghanaian lawyer, politician, and Special Aide to former President John Dramani Mahama, Joyce Bawah Mogtari has waded into the payment of allowances for the spouse of the President and the Vice-president.
According to her, if they are bent on paying the spouse of the president and his Vice-president, then they should consider a new bill that will be called the 'Spouses of President Bill' since the list of Article 71 office holders is exhaustive.
Joyce Bawah Mogtari made this statement in a post she tweeted a few hours ago on Twitter.
"The list of Article 71 office holders is exhaustive. If they want to pay the spouses of the President and Vice President, it is very obvious that cannot be done under Articles 71 and 108. They should consider a new Bill, Spouses of President Bill maybe." She posted
Check out her tweet below:
What is your opinion about the payment of allowances to the spouses of the President and the Vice-president? Kindly leave your comments below.
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