According to Kwame Baffoe aka Abronye Dc, who is the Bono regional chairman for the New Patriotic Party, NPP, the monthly salary of the former president John Mahama is a financial loss to the country, since he is being paid with taxpayers money.
He said on Wontomi Tv’s “Nsempa Fie” show this evening that, during the 2020 election campaign, John Mahama and the NDC said to Ghanaians that, President Nana Akufo Addo and the NPP are borrowing too much and yet the economy is not better, forgetting that John Mahama and his staffs are being paid about 100,000 Ghana cedis every month. And this amount was prescribed by John Mahama before he left office.
Abronye went on and said that John Mahama is the first ex-president to reach ADB bank at the end of every month for his payment. And if he claims to be the best President Ghana has ever had, he should stop collecting all those monies because it can pay the school fees of many Ghanaians, when it is added to the free SHS fund.
Do you agree with the claims of Abronye DC concerning the payment of former president, John Mahama?
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