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We are not recruiting for a fee – GES to Ghanaians

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The Ghana Education Service (GES) has refuted claims that it is demanding money from individuals who are hoping to be recruited into the Service.

According to the GES, its attention has been drawn to dubious actions against unsuspecting Nation Builders Corp (NABCO) beneficiaries seeking recruitment into the Service.

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The GES has noted that “it is not the practice of the Service to take money from applicants before recruiting them” hence disassociates itself from such allegations.

“These complaints are very disturbing and bring the image of the Service to disrepute.”

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“We wish to emphasize that the Service has not contracted any individual to collect any money on its behalf in connection with recruitment,” the GES added.

The general public are advised to report such unscrupulous persons to the police or pay such monies at their risk.

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“Ghana Education Service shall not be held liable for such payment.”

Recruitment scam

Source: The Independent Ghana


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