It’s rather pathetic mentioning that, our politicians take University for granted and hence, treat the graduates as disdain. In February 2020, the minister of education, Hon. Matthew Opoku Prempeh who happens to be the Member of Parliament for Manhyia South constituency illustrated that financial clearance has been approved to recruit 6,500 University graduate teachers into the teaching service.
We never heard a pin drop pertaining to this recruitment until the later part of November 2020. The management of Ghana Education Service ( GES) opened the application portal to accept applications from qualified graduates into the teaching service. Upon the closure of the portal, no official communique has been issued by Ghana Education Service (GES) as to the delaying of appointment letters to qualified applicants.
Rumor has it take, appointment letters have been issued to some applicants. Some of our colleagues are getting appointment letters through backdoors. We are convinced that that application portal was opened to promote political and vote advertisement. It’s overwhelming that, some unprofessional and graduates from KNUST AND the University of Ghana (UG) are given appointment letters with Ghana Education Service.
We knew that education was meant to be the key to success, but it’s unfortunate that our political leaders have rather changed the padlocks. Appointment letters are been issued to party foot soldiers.
The unfortunate ones later end up been prey to scammers. The country which is populace by Christians and Islam is seen to be hell in disguise. Ghana is hell annex B. We entreat the management of Ghana Education Service ( GES) to issue a public communique with regards to the delay in releasing appointment letters to University graduate teachers. This should be done latest by Monday, 11th January 2021.
Avoid the backdoor and sporadic recruitment. Do the needful because we are all Ghanaians. God bless Ghana.
A true citizen of Ghana. Ernest. 0201121786
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