The Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has released PIN codes for registration of 122,999 applicants.
The Scheme in a release signed by the Director of Corporate Affairs, Armstrong Essah noted that the PIN codes will enable eligible Ghanaian final year students from all accredited tertiary institutions in the country to enroll and undertake their mandatory National Service during the 2022/23 period.
The release noted that the codes can be accessed online via the NSS’s portal, www.nss.gov.gh from Monday, July 25, 2022.
“All prospective National Service personnel are hereby requested to visit the scheme’s website to access their PIN codes with their respective Index Numbers and date of birth,” a statement from the Scheme said.
It added that the applicants are to proceed to any branch of ADB Bank across the country to make payment of an amount of ¢40.00 as their registration fee.
“However, to lessen the frequency of human interaction during the COVID-19 pandemic, prospective service personnel can use MTN Momo. For individuals who will activate their PIN Codes using MTN Mobile Money, a payment of GH¢41.00 is required,” the statement added.
Management further directed all prospective National Service Personnel to complete their enrollment process by Monday, August 8, 2022.
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