All prospective national service personnel would now be required to undergo a pre-registration payment process in accordance with the Scheme’s realignment and new posting schedule, the secretariat has said.
This, according to the National Service Scheme, is part of changes in the registration procedure, recruitment and deployment for the 2015/2016 service year.
A statement issued in Accra and signed by the Acting Executive Director, Dr. Michael Kpessa-Whyte says all prospective national service personnel would be required to complete payment of their pre-registration fee of forty Ghana cedis (GH¢40.00) at any branch of the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) across the country, using their uniquely assigned pin codes.
The statement further added that it is only after the payment of the pre-registration fee that prospective national service personnel will have access to the Scheme’s on-line registration platform to register and be deployed for 2015/2016 national service.
The statement therefore urged all prospective national service personnel to take note of this new registration procedure and comply accordingly.
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