Koku tells Mahama, "We are not stupid to lie to us by saying you will scrap ex-gratia."

 Koku Anyidoho, a former Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has stated that he does not have faith in the promise made by former President John Mahama to end ex-gratia.

He asked Mr. Mahama to explain why he did not implement the White Paper on Emoluments from the Constitution Review Commission (CRC) while he was president.

Koku Anyidoho declares that he is prepared to discuss Mr. Mahama's "betrayal of President Atta-Mills" in a debate. He doesn't trust me, and I never will.

"You can deceive us into believing that we are all stupid by claiming that you will end ex-gratia. They advise returning what you are enjoying demonstrating sincerity; You respond by calling us "silly" and using insults. He tweeted, "Yooo, we hear you, Mr. dead goat."

If John Mahama says he will end ex-gratia, I don't believe him. Why did he not implement the Emoluments White Paper from the Constitution Review Commission (CRC)? I'm willing to debate John Dramani Mahama about how he lied to President Atta-Mills. I have no faith in him and never will.

“As the founder and chief executive officer of the Atta-Mills Institute, I have emphasized repeatedly that the White Paper of the Constitution Review Commission (CRC), which was established by President Atta-Mills, must be implemented. Isn't it a pity that someone disregarded the White Paper and is now being insulting? I have no hatred for anyone: As boldly as my conscience allows, I address issues.

The government has collateralized all revenue sources and spent the money upfront." He had over four years to make changes, but he didn't! He only wants four years to do what now? He emphasized.

However, Mr. Mahama deemed Martin Kpebu's remark that he would return all ex-gratia that had been paid to him in the past despite his promise to cancel it to be absurd.

On March 4, when Mr. Mahama addressed supporters of the NDC in the Volta region, he stated, "I said categorically that when we come into office, we will cancel ex gratia for the executives because the president is in charge of the executive, so he can cancel it for the executives." However, he went on to say, "You have to persuade the other arms of government to see that there is no fairness in continuing to pay ourselves ex gratia when the Why should we continue to accept ex gratia when the rest of the public and civil services do not? The economy is in trouble. Therefore, I stated emphatically that we will cancel the excursion.

“Then, a lawyer who ought to know better said, I should refund all the ex-gratia we took before to show Ghanaians that we are serious about cancelling it. He doesn't even know the principle in our constitution that says you can't pass retroactive legislation if you pass legislation today; it doesn't affect what happened in the past. What he says is a little silly because it's like saying that because we have introduced free SHS, all of us should go get a refund of That demonstrates how absurd his statements are.

Mr. Kepbu stated that Mr. Mahama should repay all payments made to him as a sign of commitment.

Mr. Kpebu stated, "Mahama made money while he was president, so he should look within himself and say look ‘I will return it,'" on the Key Points program on TV3 on March 4. He ought to return it because in these national elections, hundreds of millions of dollars will be spent. Where did this money come from? Because they made money, the reward is small. Therefore, he ought to simply inform the public that "I have grown older, I think I have become wiser, I am returning the money." He ought to return his ex-gratia. "You know Dan Kwaku Yeboah of Peace FM, I believe he is the leading advocate for Mr. Mahama to return his ex-gratia. I agreed that it made sense when I looked at it. Mr. Mahama ought to reflect on his actions and return the money as a demonstration of good faith and commitment. Second, the amendment that he ought to put in writing.

When Mr. Mahama is nominated once more to lead this nation, he has promised to end ex gratia.

When Mr. Dramani Mahama announced his candidacy for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) presidency in 2024, he said, "The payment of ex gratia to members of the executive will be scrapped."

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