The Deputy PRO for the Ghana Prisons Service, Assistant Superintendent of Prisons, Samuel Kofi Opoku has stated the service does not have any protocol enlistment.
This comes after some persons under the guise of social media, scammed individuals who went through the recent screening process during the recruitment into the Ghana Prisons Service to secure their appointment letters.
A huge number of Ghanaian citizens applied for the Prisons Job recently during the recruitment process.
The Ghana Prisons Service is expected to recruit 2000 undergraduates and graduates into the service to augment the operations of the prison service in the 47 prison facilities in the country.
The examination was successfully organised and deserving applicants who qualify for the next stage will be contacted in due time.
ASP Opoku in an interview on Koforidua based Freedom Radio 89.3 MHz with Kwaku Aboagye Apenteng stated that there is nothing like protocol recruitment as speculated and all applicants are cautioned about social media scams of paying monies to secure appointment letters.
The recruitment exercise was organised at all regional capitals for proximity and convenience for all applicants.
Applicants were allowed to choose their preferred regional centres for the screening and examination. “No need to travel long miles to Accra to form long queues for the screening, it was decentralized and convenient for all applicants which led to the success of the first phase of the recruitment exercise,” he added.