We Want to Become Billionaires - Immigration Service Applicants Reveal

We Want to Become Billionaires - Immigration Service Applicants Reveal

  • John Asante Junior and Eric Obeng Brenya joined thousands of applicants at Cantonments in Accra to join the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS)
  • The duo disclosed that they were motivated to apply to join the GIS because they want to become billionaires
  • The two prospective recruits spoke to GBC's Alan Tagoe

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Two prospective applicants hoping to secure employment with the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) have shared their motivation for applying to join the agency.

The duo, who identified themselves as John Asante Junior and Eric Obeng Brenya, indicated that their motivation for wanting to join the GIS is to become billionaires.

In an interview on the GTV Breakfast Show, the pair explained that securing employment in the GIS would set them on a path to attain their goal.

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The duo, who travelled from Kumasi, joined thousands of applicants for the recruitment exercise at Cantonments in Accra.

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Financial clearance given to recruit personnel

Meanwhile, the government gave financial clearance for the Interior, Education, and National Security ministries to recruit personnel, YEN.com.gh reported.

The GIS is hoping to recruit about 2,000 recruits and cadets following clearance from the Ministry of Interior.

In a letter dated June 21, 2021, the Finance Minister indicated the effective date for the recruitment starts from August 1, 2021, and that the clearance would expire on December 31, 2021.

Per the clearance, the Ghana Police Service would recruit 5,000 while the Immigration, Prisons, and Fire services each would engage 2,000 personnel to augment their workforces.

Source: Yen

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