Ministry of finance has given financial clearance for the permanent recruitment of about 12,000 qualified ghanaians into the Immigration, Police and the Education sector.
But there's been a widespread fear about the protocol list which has become a norm in government sector recruitment in the country and as well as the resurgence of scammers that poses as recruiters.
Mr Adam Bonah, a security analyst opined that, politicians should be courteous about the way they go about the protocol recruitment in order to avoid regional and ethnic imbalance in the various sectors in the economy.
He also made mention of scammers and warned potential applicants to be wary of fake recruiters who will take money with the promise of securing them jobs in the ongoing recruitment.
It can be recalled the Ministry of finance gave this clearance in the early hours of Thursday after going through its thorough financial audit to see the number of new recruits it can absorb on government payroll.
The Ministry of Finance, Hon. Ken Offori-Atta gave the go ahead after his team realised there is enough space for more unemployed youths to be employed permanently.
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