- The Ghana police service has refuted claims of it embarking on a national recruitment excercise
- The service reveals that training of persons by the National Youth Employment Programme would rather be considered
The Ghana police service has revealed that it is not embarking on any form of national recruitment exercise.
Director of Public Relations at the Ghana Police Service, Cephas Arthur has revealed in a statement that claims of the service conducting a secret recruitment are not true. The statement emphasizes that the Police service does not have any hand in the selection of the trainees, and that the Service was only approached for training.
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In the meantime the Police Service says it is organizing training for persons selected by the appropriate authority for the Youth in Security Service module of the National Youth Employment Programme.
Credit: TV3 network