GES Staff ID: Biometric Registration Of Newly Recruited Teachers Resumes April 21: Full Details


The Ministry of Finance is to resume issuing the GES Staff ID’s and Biometric Registration of the Newly Recruited Teachers appointed in 2019. The Biometric Registration exercise is scheduled to begin Tuesday, April 21, 2020, in the designated centres across the country. The Colleges of Education Journal states that the new time table for the biometric registration exercise is to be soon  communicated to the teachers. will keep you updated as soon as the new time table and schedule for the biometric registration exercise is released. You can save this page and check back later or join our Telegram or Whatsapp groups stated below this article for such updates.


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Suspension of Biometric Registration


The Biometric Registration of the newly trained teachers recruited in November 2019 was suspended due to the covid 19 pandemic initiated by the Government of Ghana to contain the  covid 19 pandemic. The Finance Ministry had no option than to suspend the registration indefinitely. This led to the halt in the registration of majority of teachers.


Teachers’ Agitations And Staff ID Interventions


Majority of the newly recruited Teachers were affected by the decision and complained about their inability to receive their salaries during the partial lockdown period of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The teachers were unhappy about the development and government’s inability to pay them their salaries.

However Earlier this week, the newly posted teachers who have been issued with Staff Identification Numbers (Staff ID) without undergoing the mandatory biometric verification Exercise were to be validated to take their April Salaries.

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  1. Please I would like to know when will the rest of the staff ID
    coming because most of us have not got theirs .Especially Afigya Kwabre south and north only 37 teacher have theirs
    in that district
    Thank you

  2. Please is this about the Teacher Training colleges?, if yes then When are they posting the Degree holders, I mean the university of education students.

  3. Please how authentic is this without a fellow up letter from the authorities concerned?

    Please, your urgent response is highly anticipated.

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