The Professor Yaa Ntiamoa-Baidu led Presidential Committee on Emoluments (PCE) has recommended new salaries for Article 71 office holders with Members of Parliament (MPs) and High Court Judges taking the same amount, MyNewsGh.com reports.
As we have guaranteed our readers to serialize the PCE report, here is a list of the new salary structure as compiled by MyNewsGh.comnew salary structure for Article 71 office holders with comparative analysis from 2017 to 2020 as captured on page 69 of the report.
The President in the new salary arrangement will take home a monthly pay of GHC47,277, thus a GHC4,298 increase on his previous 2019 salary of GHC42,979.
The Vice President takes a new salary of GHC39,397, an increase of GHC3,581 on his previous 2019 salary of GHC35,816.
The Speaker of Parliament under the new salary structure will receive a monthly salary of GHC35,021, a GHC3,183 increase on his previous 2019 salary of GHC31,838.
Members of Parliament and High Court Judges have been pegged on the same salary structure with a significant increase of GHC2,547 on their previous 2019 salary of GHC25,470 as they will now receive a monthly take-home pay of GHC28,017 as recommended by the Presidential Committee on Emoluments which has Prof. Yaa Ntiamoa-Baidu as the Chairperson with other members being, Hon. Abraham Osei Aidoo, Dr. Eric Oduro Osae and Mrs. Stella Segbawu.
Find in the table below the full list of the salary structure for Article 71 office holders in Ghana.