307 service personnel yet to report to duty in Eastern Region


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By Naa
Shormei Odonkor, GNA

Koforidua, Oct. 1, GNA – Mr Benjamin Oduro
Asante, the Eastern Regional Director of National Service Secretariat (NSS),
has said 307- graduate National Service Personnel (NSP) posted to the region
are yet to report for validation.

He said the total number of graduates from
tertiary institutions posted to the region this year was 8,894.

Mr Asante said this in an inter

By Naa
Shormei Odonkor, GNA

Koforidua, Oct. 1, GNA – Mr Benjamin Oduro
Asante, the Eastern Regional Director of National Service Secretariat (NSS),
has said 307- graduate National Service Personnel (NSP) posted to the region
are yet to report for validation.

He said the total number of graduates from
tertiary institutions posted to the region this year was 8,894.

Mr Asante said this in an interview with the
Ghana News Agency (GNA) at the end of the validation process for the graduates
from the tertiary institutions. 

He said in addition to the graduates from the
tertiary institutions, about 2,462 qualified nurses were also posted to the
region.

The Eastern Regional Director of NSS said
currently, about 1,231 of the qualified nurses have validated their
registration since the process started in September.

He said this year’s registration and
validation saw great improvement as compared to last year’s in terms of
organization and method used.

“Online registration, booking of appointment
for validation and employing photocopier machines contributed to ease and fast
validation process by the NSS”, he said.

Mr Asante said the secretariat used to run a
fish farm where some of the service personnel assisted in its management and
currently has a maize farm at Anweabeng, in the East Akim District of the
Eastern Region.

GNA


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