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EX- Prez John Mahama Reacts To His Official Residence Saga

Former President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has released a statement addressing the brouhaha about his refusal to vacant his residence.

News went viral that, John Mahama was supposed to vacant his official house in order for Vice- President Alhaji Dr. Bawumia to move in.

Reacting to the news, John Mahama has released a press statemet.

Read his full statement below

“Ignore claims about President Mahama’s residence

Contrary to the claims being made that HE John Dramani Mahama, former President of the Republic of Ghana, has refused to vacate his residence, we wish to state and confirm that per the information officially communicated to the newly inaugurated administration following discussions by the Joint Transition Team, President Mahama will continue to maintain his current place of residence as his retirement home.

The decision and agreement on the place of residence and office for the former President was formally communicated to the new administration by the former Chief of Staff Julius Debrah on December 19, 2016.

The Sixth Parliament of the 4th Republic before its dissolution, also resolved that residential and office accommodation should be provided to the outgoing President, HE John Dramani Mahama in line with convention and existing precedent.

The claims that Vice President Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia is stranded and has nowhere to stay, is mischievous and deliberately intended to embarrass President Mahama.

The Vice President is expected to take up residence in the House known as Australia House, which was previously occupied by former Vice President Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur.

An Official and Permanent residence for the Vice President is currently under construction, off the Switchback road. Dr. Bawumia will move into the new structure when completed.


Office of HE John Dramani Mahama

Former President of the Republic of Ghana

Accra- Ghana.

January 09, 2017.”




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