The Ghana Police Service has denied information being circulated on various social media platforms that the company is recruiting staff to enhance its workforce.
The body charged with the constitutional responsibility to maintain public order and safety of persons and properties in a declaimer issued by the Public Affairs directorate today, May 25, 2021, said “The Police Administration warns the public against fake recruitment advertisements. The Police Service has not advertised recruitment, neither is it taking applications from potential applicants. Any press statement, advertisement, or poster calling for interested persons to apply or pay to join the Police Service is false.”
The statement established that the Police Administration has not created any portal for protocol recruitment, neither has it authorized any individual or group, within or outside the Police Service to recruit or facilitate recruitment for the Service.
The statement urged the general public to take note that “Any application for recruitment into the Police Service and requisite qualifications for this year 2021 would be published in the national dailies, particularly in the Daily Graphic and the Ghanaian Times in due time.”
The Police Service has, therefore, cautioned the public to disregard any advertisement of the company recruiting, stating “any person who falls victim to any advertisement purporting to recruit for or on behalf of the Ghana Police Service does so at his/her own risk.”
Find the Ghana Police Service’s statement below:
By: Bernard Ralph Adams | Originalfmonline.com | Ghana