The Management of Ghana Education Service (GES) on Friday, November 27, 2020, released a press statement explaining the causes of delay in postings of the the 2019, 2018, and 2017 graduates from the various colleges of education. According to a press statement signed by the head of the public relations unit, Cassandra Twum Ampofo sighted by listengh.net, the main cause of the inability of the service to post these graduates are as a result of technical difficulties experienced at the headquarters
“The Ghana Education Service wishes to inform the general public that it regrets its inability to publish the list of recruited staff, who completed Colleges of Education in 2019 and those of 2017 and 2018 who were recruited during the mopping up exercise. The inability to publish the list is due to some technical difficulties”, the statement added.
However, the Ghana Education Service has expressed its regrets towards the inability to publish the list of recruited graduates in relation to the time frame that was announced earlier and has promised to resolve the issue within the shortest possible time.
“It is the desire of the Service to strictly post recruited staff to fill specific vacancies as declared at the schools from the Districts and therefore the technical difficulties needed to be resolved to ensure smooth processing of the list, Every effort is being made to resolve these hitches to facilitate the postings in the coming days. Management assures all the persons involved as well as the general public that it is working round the clock to release the postings within the shortest possible time. Announcement of the date for checking on the postings will be announced in due course. Any inconvenience caused by the delay in the release of the postings is deeply regretted”, the statement added.
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