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GNFS ongoing recruitment is a Scam-Billy Anaglatey

The Management of the Ghana National Fire Service’s attention has been drawn to a Publication treading on the Social Media, purported to have emanated from the Ghana National Fire Service that the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) is recruiting people into the Service.

According to a statement issued on Monday, June 26, by the Head of Public Relations of GNFS, Mr. Doi Prince Billy Anaglate, the service has not contracted any outfit to recruit on their behalf, neither is the Service undertaking any recruitment exercise to fill any vacancy in the Service as at now.

“The Management of the Service has taken a serious look at this information and wishes to inform the general Public that the Ghana National Fire Service has not advertised any recruitment exercise neither is the Service undertaking any recruitment exercise to fill any vacancy in the Service”

“It should be noted that the Publication is an attempt by some unscrupulous people who want to use it as a bait to extort money from unsuspecting Potential Applicants and must wise up ”. Mr. Billy Anaglate has stated.

Management of the GNFS therefore wishes to inform the general public that the Service would continue to advertise its recruitment exercise in the dailies, specifically Graphic and Times when the time is due to conduct recruitment.

The Public is to note that, the Fire Service has not contracted and would not contract anybody to conduct recruitment exercise on its behalf, and hereby, advising the general Public to be wary of any persons or group of persons claiming to recruit people on behalf of the Service.

Any such person or group of persons claiming to be recruiting people into the Fire Service should be reported to the nearest Fire Station or Police Station or contact the Fire Service on 0302772446/0299340034 or 0299340383

 

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