The Convention People’s Party through its chairman Nana Akosua Frimpomaa has reiterated its disagreement with the fact people have to buy applications forms to join any of the country’s security services and has appealed specifically to the Inspector General of Police Dr. George Akuffo Dampare to probe the last recruitment process that was done in the Ghana Police Service.
She called on the IGP to ensure that failed applicants money are refunded to them to help them continue their lives.
In her New Year message to Ghanaians, she stressed the fact that these applicants spent their meagre resources to undergo the process. So, it is only fair that the money they paid is refunded to them after failing to recruit them.
“I will like to commend the IGP for the work he has done so far since he came into office but I have one appeal to him.
“Recently, we all saw the number of people who applied to enter the Police.
“These young ones paid huge fees but weren’t recruited and so my appeal to him is to investigate this matter and refund their money to them,” she said.
Madam Frimponmaa also encouraged unemployed Ghanaian youths not to give up but continue striving for a better life.