2023 Recruitment Update: Ghana Education Service Issues Warning to Applicants

Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) dissociates itself from allegations of collecting money from applicants for recruitment into the Service. The GES warns NABCO beneficiaries to be cautious of scammers and to report any fraudulent activity to the appropriate authorities.

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has issued a warning to Nation Builders Corp (NABCO) beneficiaries and all the 2023 Recruitment Applicants at large seeking recruitment into the Service to be wary of Scammers. 

The Management of GES says it has received numerous complaints from individuals alleging that they have been defrauded by dubious persons who claim to be collecting money on behalf of the Service (GES).

According to the GES, it is not the practice of the Service to take money from applicants before recruiting them. The management of the GES has therefore dissociated itself from such allegations and is vehemently condemning the practice of collecting money from applicants.

In a statement issued by the Ag. Director of HRMD, Angela Frimpomaa Nkansah, the GES has emphasized that it has not contracted any individual to collect money on its behalf in connection with recruitment. The GES has further urged the general public to report such unscrupulous persons to the police or pay such monies at their own risk.

It is important for NABCO beneficiaries and all, seeking recruitment into the GES to take note of this warning and avoid falling prey to scammers who are out to defraud unsuspecting applicants. The GES has also stated that it shall not be held liable for any payment made to such scammers.

In conclusion, it is crucial for all staff within the directorate to be aware of this warning and to inform others about it. The GES is committed to maintaining its reputation as a credible and trustworthy institution and will not tolerate any fraudulent activity that tarnishes its image. 

The public is advised to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity to the appropriate authorities.


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