Former President John Mahama has expressed commitment to pay Assembly Members when elected into office in the 2024 election. Former President John
Former President John Mahama has expressed commitment to pay Assembly Members when elected into office in the 2024 election.
Former President John Dramani Mahama has charged the newly-elected Assembly members and unit committee members to carry out their duty together for a stronger economy.
Congratulating winners and losers of polls, the 2024 National Democratic Congress (NDC)’s flagbearer reminded winners of their core responsibilities.
“Congratulations to all who participated in the exercise. And to our newly elected Assembly Members across the country, let me remind you that we all have a responsibility to contribute and ensure that we get our decentralization right,” Mr. Mahama stated in a tweet.
“I remain committed, when voted as the President of Ghana in 2024, to begin paying allowances to all Assembly Members to help them carry out their duties. Together, we shall build our local economies and make them work 24 hours to generate well-paying jobs.”
Mr. Mahama exercised his civic responsibility as a Ghanaian by voting in Tuesday’s district-level elections at the Bole District Assembly polling station.