Following the attempt by the Parliament of Ghana to pay the wives of the president and the vice president, there have been serious of reactions from Ghanaians, disagreeing the amount of money to be paid to the 1st and 2nd ladies of Ghana.
Among these people is former president John Dramani Mahama, who criticized the decision of the Parliament to pay the wives of the president and the vice president.
Rebecca Akuffo-Addo and Samira Bawumia upon the backlash if Ghanaians concerning their pays has decided to refund all allowances received since 2017.
Ministry of Finance has released a document which appears to suggest that then President John Mahama approved the payment of salaries to his wife, Lordina Mahama and second lady, Matilda Amissah Arthur.
Ghanaians after receiving the documents from The Finance Minister, has reacted massively concerning Lordina Mahama and Matilda Amissah Arthur.
Below are some reactions Ghanaians on Facebook users;
"Lordina Mahama received allowances and your criticizing it"
" Lordina Mahama needs to refund her allowances too"
" They should let Rebecca Akuffo-Addo take the money because she is working for Ghana"
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