GH¢360k ex-Gratia inappropriate for Council of State part-time job – Togbe Afede

Togbe Afede XIV, Agbogbomefia in Asogli, has a recent move to reimburse the rewards paid for serving in the legislature between 2017 and 2020, paying individuals “huge” rewards. It shows that it stems from his general dislike of. Serving an “our poor” country.
Clarification is made after refusing his reward of GH ¢ 365,392.67 for what he describes as a part-time job.
Togbe Afede XIV was a member of the council as chair of the National Secretariat.
He argued, contrary to speculation, that payments should not trap him after making refunds to the manager and the accountant president.

“I didn’t think the payment was made to catch me, as you might have guessed,” he explained in a press release on Monday, June 6.

“I think it was paid to everyone who attended the legislature.
” But for a short and effective part-time job that can receive a monthly salary and other benefits, out-of-pocket costs are inappropriate.
He emphasized that he wrote to the State Council to explain why he refused exGratia.

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