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Netizens Brand The GHC 11,000,000 Accumulated Sales of Police Forms as Corruption: Check Reactions

The sale of security forms for the recruitment of the citizens of Ghana into the various security services in Ghana has began shortly. The Ghana Police Service has also released their forms to be purchased. The forms were available to be bought both online and offline.

Those who wished to purchase it offline were instructed to make their payments at the Ghana Commercial Bank and other specified banks. Those who wished to purchase it online were given short codes to use in purchasing the form.

Ghanaweb has released an article today on the amount of money accumulated by the Ghana Police Service from the sale of the forms. The amount mentioned amounts to GHC 11,000,000 and this has caused Netizens to react in several ways. Below is an image of the post of the article on the Facebook page of GhanaWeb.

Check out some of the reactions of Netizens who tend to believe that the sale of the forms in relation to the number of citizens that would be shortlisted and enlisted in the long run does not match.

Doe Amegah has retorted in his submission that it is impossible for someone to convince him that the sale of the forms is corruption. Wysopera cannot tell the type of corruption he is trying to talk about, but we need to respect his opinion.

Samuel Ntow is also of the view that one needs to pay to get a job in Ghana. He has not continued to explain, but he is also entitled to his opinion.

Sterling tries to connect the number of applicants with the number of citizens that would be recruited and has alleged that seeing the disparity between the figures, he can only conclude that the rest of the citizens that would not be picked has simply donated to the nation.

Other facebook users has also raised their concerns in relation to the development.

Do you think that the sale of forms could be classified as corruption?

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