The Ghana immigration service has called on the General public to ignore the fake news on its supposed next stage of the recruitment process.
In a press release issued on Sunday, October 17, the Ghana Immigration Service informed all persons who applied for the recent recruitment exercise that it is not true that the service will be undertaking body selection and or medical screening from Monday, October 18 as being circulated on social.
The release issued under the signature of Superintendent Michael Amoako-Atta, Head of Public Affairs at the Ghana Immigration Service, went on to state that applicants who will qualify for the next stage of the recruitment process will receive specific information via text messages and/or emails on what next to do.
On August 23, 2021, the Ghana Immigration Service published on its website and some newspapers invitations for job applications for job opportunities from eligible Ghanaians. The recruitment process is done in stages having the purchase and filling of forms by applicants as the first stage. The next stage of the recruitment is the body selection and medical screening which is followed by training and the final recruitment.
The first stage of this year’s recruitment has been completed with applicants awaiting the body selection and medical screening session. There were therefore concerns as the news was circulating on social media when most of the applicants haven’t received any message on the next stage of the process yet.
Read the full statement below.
Source: Heizel Joshua | myactiveonline.com