We’ll Campaign And Vote for You to Pay Us – Assembly Members to Mahama

John The Saviour: Mahama Will Be Flagbearer Till NDC Wins Power Again – Brogya Genfi
John The Saviour: Mahama Will Be Flagbearer Till NDC Wins Power Again – Brogya Genfi

Concerned Assembly Members Association of Ghana, CAMAG have assured former president John Dramani Mahama of their votes in regard to his pledge to pay assembly members if elected President again.

Addressing the press in Tamale, the group expressed its faith in the National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer and promised to give him their votes to see assembly members get paid monthly allowances for their hard work.

“So let us not cloud ourselves with our political colors to destroy what will help us, let’s all endeavor to assess whatever promises that comes in regard to our collective welfare. We also call on all Assembly Members and well-meaning Ghanaians to support HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA the flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress towards the welfare of Assembly Members thus paying each Assembly Member a monthly allowance,” national coordinator for CAMAG, David Attah Twum noted.

He added, “so going forward into election 2020, if you have his Excellency John Dramani Mahama promising and not just promising but telling us how he’s going to make it possible to make sure that 28 years of our fourth republic, assembly members are considered in his next administration then there’s a call for us to rise up, there is a call for us to campaign from house to house, door to door, room to room, bed to bed, market to make sure that his Excellency John Dramani Mahama is elected as the president of the fourth republic of Ghana.”

They chided government officials under the President Akufo Addo administration for downplaying the former president’s initiative with some insisting it is unconstitutional.

“It’s obvious that, you will hear from the other side, those who are supposed to know better, instead of them to give us policy directions, instead of them giving us alternative for we the assembly members to consider whether what they are giving us is good or bad they are rather downplaying with this policy, some are telling us it is not constitutional, then the question we ask ourselves is that those who are saying it’s not constitutional what is their purpose at the parliament house?”, David Atta Twum quizzed.

Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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