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Police, GIS, GNFS jobs: GHS100 for forms unfair – Dumelo

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Ghanaian actor cum politician John Dumelo has said the security services are fleecing the Ghanaian youth by selling recruitment forms to them at GHS100, describing it as unfair.

The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS), Police Service and the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) are currently selling their recruitment forms to enlist qualified applicants into these security services.

The forms for each of these services is being sold at GHS100.

Mr Dumelo said many young people have been sending him messages daily requesting financial help from him to purchase any of the forms.

Mr Dumelo shared some of the private messages on his Facebook page.

“This is what I have been going through daily. Why are security service recruitments forms being sold for GHS100? GHS100 for recruitment form is not fair to the youth,” he posted.

This is what I have been going through daily. Why are security service recruitments forms being sold for 100gh? 100gh for recruitment form is not fair to the youth.

May be an image of text that says 'Today Messages and calls are end-to-end encrypted. No one outside of this chat, not even WhatsApp, can reao or listen to them. Tap to learn more. Hello oo Honourable 8:28 Please this 8:29 AM Please Honourable, please help need a 8:30 AM Please I need help to purchase Police forms so please need your financial aid 8:32 AM'
May be an image of text that says 'Today Bro John good morning Please this is 11:06 AM Hohoe 11:07 AM Please kindly help me with some money to buy fire service form please it's 100gh Mede kuku 11:07 AM 11:07 AM'
May be an image of text that says 'levening Mr Dumelo, this is from Akpafu, can you se help me with 100 to buy immigration forms? beg you. I really want to be an immigration officer. I saw you the last time you came to Akpafu but I was in a car going to Jasikan. Please sir'

Source : Emmanuel Mensah | mobile.classfmonline.com

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