GCB bank makes GhȻ 1.7 million in sale of police forms

GCB bank makes GhȻ 1.7 million in sale of police forms

Over GhȻ 1.7 million has been raised by GCB Bank Limited just two days into the sale of police recruitment electronic vouchers.

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A statement from the bank said it has so far sold over 17,000 vouchers to prospective recruits into the Police Service across the country on the second day of the three week exercise which started on Wednesday May 11, 2016. This translates to over GhȻ1.7million as revenue to the Police service in relation to the recruitment process. The GCB Bank is currently selling the recruitment vouchers at all its branches after resolving challenges that slowed down the sale of the vouchers on the first day.

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Meanwhile the bank has assured prospective recruits of its capacity to contain the situation and to continue to provide service throughout the three week period slated for the sale of the vouchers which ends on May 31, 2016.

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