In Ghana, before you can join any formal institution, you need to buy a form or voucher and apply. These forms are normally on sale at various post offices and banks and sometimes preferred locations by the agency.
Recruitment for various public service workers is yet to start.
Most people are seeking to apply.
These forms can be bought at Ghana Commercial Bank at a cost of ¢100 per form.
According to the bank, before you can get join any of the above portals, you need to first buy your forms.
This forms sells at Gh¢100. Without the forms, you cannot be part of the candidates wanting to join the Ghana Police Service or Immigration and the rest.
According to the bank, all these forms can be purchased at any branch of their bank at a cost of ¢100.
For persons who may not be able to visit any of the branches to buy the forms can use their phones to do so.
They have to dial *422*472# for their e- voucher.
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