The Ghana Statistical Service has begun the training programmes for enumerators earmarked for the 2021 population and housing census. Most of the enumerators have been identified as teachers within the Ghana Education Service.
These teachers have abandoned their duties at school to concentrate on the training workshops. This has complled some District, Municipal and Metropolitan Education Directorates in the Ashanti Region to issue statements to staff.
Some of the statements established categorically that Ghana Education Service staff who wish to be enumerators in the upcoming population and housing census should apply for permission latest by Friday 4th June, 2021.
The statement read:
"Please, it has come to the notice of the Directorate that some Ghana Education Service Staff have been recruited by the Ghana Statistical Service to undertake the Population and Housing Census without permission from the District Director.
This is to inform all such GES Staff that you have up to Friday, 4th June, 2021 to apply for permission or go back to your school/office.
Those who refuse to abide by this directive will be withdrawn from the exercise or face any sanctions from the Ghana Education Service".
NOTE THAT GES STAFF INCLUDES
1. Teaching and Non-Teaching staff at the District Education Office.
2. Teaching and Non-Teaching staff of SHS
3. Teaching and Non-Teaching staff of Basic Schools
4. NABCO Personnel in GES
5. National Service Personnel in GES
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