NSS Staff Busted For Giving Fake GES Appointments
Ziblim Abdul Latif, a National Service member at Yendi Senior High School (SHS) in the Northern Region, is being held by the police for allegedly submitting forged Ghana Education Service (GES) appointment posting letters.
About 100 job seekers who applied for advertisements and jobs with GES were among the victims.
Dr. Peter Attafuah, the Regional Education Director, told Citi News that the suspect’s letters include fraudulent signatures from the Director-General and the Regional Director of Education.
Two victims went to the police station, he claims, to write testimonies verifying the suspect’s activities.
“Sometimes we hear some people gathering at the headquarters or even here making noise that they are teachers, and we are not paying them. When you go through this line, and you think that you will receive a salary, you are deceiving yourself because all those that GES recruit, their names are [recorded elsewhere],” Mr Attafuah said.