- The Ghana Police Service recruitment process has reached the next stage after the process began months ago
- Successful applicants will be going for medical examinations and interviews starting today
- The medical examinations will be conducted in Accra, Kumasi, Cape Coast and Tamale at various designated centres across the country
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The Ghana Police Service has announced that successful applicants for its recruitment service will start their medical examination and interviews.
According to a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Police Administration said it will start inviting successful applicants beginning Monday, December 13, 2021, to begin their medical examination.
Starting from Wednesday, December 15, 2021, successful police applicants after undergoing their medical examinations, will go for an interview.
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The medical examinations will be conducted in Accra, Kumasi, Cape Coast and Tamale at various designated centres across the country.
Dominic Obeng encouraged the Ghana Police Service to adequately resource recruiting staff to minimise inconveniences to candidates.
This Twitter user said the police portal is still not working.
Isaac said he hoped text messages will be sent out to successful applicants to proceed to the next stage
Akufo-Addo expresses fear Ghana would be banned from International travels
Away from policing, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has expressed worry over Ghana being added to the list of countries being banned from international travels following the detection of the Omicron variant in the country.
According to Akufo-Addo, there is a possibility that Ghana could be included as has happened to several African countries including Nigeria and South Africa.
Speaking at a press conference at the Jubilee House on Tuesday, December 7, 2021, he said the ban is not done on a fair basis, Citinewsroom reports.
The president however stated that the government will ensure that all and sundry are protected against the disease at all times.
“.. I share the fear that we may also be blacklisted even though it has not been done on any basis because if it was done on a fair basis, South Africa itself would not be the object of the ban,” he said.
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