Massive reactions as John Dramani Mahama shares old picture of himself during National service days.
John Dramani Mahama, who is a former president of the Republic of Ghana and the flag bearer of the leading opposition party called National Democratic Congress (NDC), has asked the ruling President of the Republic of Ghana to pay the arrears of the allowance that the National Service personnels in the country are supposed to get. He added that they have all worked as a national service personnel, so therefore they know how it feels to be there working without payment.
He captioned the photo that, Boys to Men. National Service years. From left to right: JM, Adam Mahama (deceased), Joe Mara, Issah Turn-up (deceased). "I empathize with the National Service personnel today. We have all passed through the scheme before. Please pay them the arrears of their allowance".
Ghanaians who came across this post that the Former President of the Republic of Ghana has written, could not leave without first of all dropping some comments. Alexander Aput Sam wrote that, the records that John Dramani Mahama has on National Service allowance increments are uncountable and unbreakable. The national service picture challenge, someone should also tell our president to post his national service picture, Humble Yasqo added. Others said that the president should pay the arrears of the allowance for the national service personnel.
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