A member of the Legal Team of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Abraham Amaliba, has revealed that he has a classmate who sat on the emoluments committee which has recommended that the wives of the president and the Vice-president should be paid. He said that he will question him directly for the recommendation they made.
Abraham Amaliba made this disclosure on TV3's 'New Day' this morning, 9th July 2021, when he gave his opinion on the recommendation by the emoluments committee to pay the spouses of the president and the Vice-president.
According to him, it is wrong for the emoluments committee to recommend that the wives of the president and the Vice-president should be paid.
"I have a mate who is also on that committee. I'm going to question him directly. Dr. Eric Oduro Osae is my classmate at the law school who sat on that committee. You are a lawyer so, why did you allow yourself to be manipulated in that way." He said
He asked if we've gotten to the point where our president and the Vice-president cannot give their wives chop money?
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