Certificates will not be required for jobs if NDC wins the elections – Akamba

Certificates will not be required for jobs if NDC wins the elections – Akamba

- The National Organizer of the NDC has revealed that the next NDC government will not make the job application process as tiresome as it is now

- Joshua Akamba said the NDC will not leave out those who lack academic qualifications when it comes to its job creation

- He said the next NDC administration will focus on CVs and not certificates as requirements for jobs

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The various political parties, with just a few weeks to the 2020 general elections, are saying all they can to woo Ghanaians to vote in their favour.

Both the National Democratic Congress (NDC), and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) who are obviously the major political parties have some really juicy and interesting campaign promises that will make Ghanaians rethink their initial decisions.

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The National Organizer of the NDC, Joshua Akamba has revealed that the next NDC government will not make the job application process as tiresome as it is now.

Certificates will not be required for jobs if NDC wins the elections – Akamba

Certificates will not be required for jobs if NDC wins the elections – Akamba Source: Facebook
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In a report filed by Pulse.com.gh, according to him, the NDC will not leave out those who lack academic qualifications when it comes to its job creation agenda.

Speaking at a mini-rally in Bawku in the Upper East region, Akamba said the next NDC administration will focus on CVs and not certificates as requirements for jobs.

Explaining further, he said focusing solely on academic qualifications has in the past disadvantaged many teeming youths who were working hard for the NDC.

“Nobody will ask the youth to bring their certificates before they are given jobs. It is your CV we will ask because everybody in Ghana has a CV so have in mind that when the NDC comes to power, nobody will ask you for your certificates,” he said.
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In a related development, MP for Ningo Prampram, Sam Dzata George, backed former president John Dramani Mahama's campaign promise of creating 1 million jobs in 4 years if elected back into office.

Breaking the number down, he argued that for the next four years, the NDC would be creating a total of 250 jobs every given year.

According to him, that is possible because the National Democratic Congress(NDC), has done analysis in both the private and the public sector to ensure feasibility.

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