General News Thu, 4 Jan 2018

Disqualified GIS applicants accuse officials of nepotism

Some disqualified applicants of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) have accused the officials handling the recruitment process of nepotism.

They claim that people who did not meet the criteria for qualification were given the nod when they were disqualified for no apparent reasons.

The recruitment exercise was divided into two phases – phase one was the online application and phase two was the body screening and documentation.

The second phase of the recruitment exercise was in two stages – the body screening, and the documentation process.

The Head of Public Affairs at GIS, Supt. Amoako-Atta disclosed that out of the 47,477 applicants who qualified for the second phase of the recruitment exercise, only 500 will be given the green light.

About 15,704 Ghanaians in the Greater Accra region, who were shortlisted after the first phase of the recruitment process, have thronged the premises of the El-Wak sports stadium to partake in the second phase of the GIS recruitment exercise.

Source: www.ghanaweb.com