- @o_chairman1, a young man has recently opened up about a job offer his friend received on his Twitter timeline
- The post revealed that the unidentified friend was asked by the school he completed his national service to stay on and continue working for a monthly pay of Ghc300
- Netizens who saw @o_chairman1 took to the comments section of the post to express how bad a salary like that is for a university graduate
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A young Ghanaian man has recently taken to social media to share the story of his friend who was offered a low salary role after completing his national service.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter timeline of @o_chairman1 had him revealing that his friend was posted to a school for his service and after one year, the school offered to retain him.
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The monthly salary they were offering however was Ghc300 until he gets an official appointment from the Ghana Education Service.
"My homeboy finish en service for some SHS, School carry offer come say them go retain am. The proposal be say, till GES carry official appointment give am, the school go dey pay am 300gh a month. Wey country koraaa this ???? Herh"
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Ghanaians who saw the post had a lot to say about it. They took to the comments section to share their opinions.
Some of the comments have been compiled below by YEN.com.gh;
"He for manage am small cus the letter no de3 it won’t come anytime soooon hmmm sad tho"
Boss how you go manage 300gh a month for this weather inside?
More teachers dey like that but 300 bi too low
Make dem do amm 500g koraaa err
300gh??? Ei.... Na fare koraa yɛ sɛn
This dey mean say if he accept that be ein end. The letter no go come. I swear.
He definitely not getting an appointment letter soon.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a recent publication by myjoyonline highlighted the story of a former University of Ghana lecturer known as Dr Sulemana Idrissa who shared his worries about the low salaries of lecturers in Ghana.
According to the report, Sulemana Idrissa revealed that he received more money while studying at the university in the US than he ever did in his full time job as a lecturer.
Sulemana Idrissa recounted that he began working at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) after moving back to Ghana and conditions there were so bad that he resigned and moved to the University of Ghana, Legon.
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