Salaries of Article 71 Office holders in Ghana
Article 71 holders in Ghana earns a salary as high as thousands in the Ghanaian Cedis every month.
Who are Article 71 Office holders?
Article 71 holder’s Salaries
Per the 1992 Constitution of Ghana, Article 71 Office Holders include the President, the Vice-President, the Speaker of Parliament, the Chief Justice, and Justices of the Supreme Court.
In addition to the above-mentioned offices, Members of Parliament (MP) Ministers of State, Political appointees and Public servants with salaries charged to the Consolidated Fund but enjoying special constitutional privileges are also part of the “structure”.
Article 71 (1) and (2) of the 1992 Constitution highlighted the determination of the salaries and allowances of the Executive, the Legislature and the Judiciary paid from the Consolidated Fund would be determined by the President, on the recommendations of a committee of not more than five persons appointed by him and acting upon the advice of the Council of State.
What is the salary of government workers in Ghana?
Workers under the article 71 office earn between GH¢ 28,017 and GH¢ 47,277 as a monthly salary.
Monthly Pays Of Cabinet Ministers (MP) & Non-MP in Ghana
When a Cabinet Minister concurrently works as a Member of Parliament, he/she earns a salary amounting to GH¢33,270.00. Non-MPs earns GH¢32,837.00
Monthly Pays Of Minister Of State (MP & Non-MP) in Ghana
When a Minister of State concurrently works as a Member of Parliament, she/he earns a salary amounting to GH¢30,644.00. Non-MPs earns GH¢30,206.00
Monthly Pays / Salaries Of Regional Ministers (MP & Non-MP) in Ghana
When a Regional Minister serves concurrently as a Member of Parliament, she/he earns a salary amounting to GH¢30,644.00. Non-MPs earn GH¢29,678.00.
Their Deputies who are Members of Parliament take GH¢28,760.00 as salary. Also, the Non-MPs receive GH¢27,569.00 monthly salary.
Monthly Pays / Salaries Of Deputy Ministers (MP & Non-MP) in Ghana
Deputies serving on two different purposes ( Deputy Minister & a Member of Parliament) are paid GH¢28,760.00 but the Non-MPs under this category are paid GH¢27,579.00
Salaries Of State Council Members
A Chairman alone earns GH¢28,455.00 whereas members earn GH¢26,266.00 as salary every month.
Article 71 holder Salaries || Salaries of Article 71 Office holders in Ghana.