Details: NSS Posting Statistics

Below are the NSS Posting Statistics. The management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has released the NSS Posting Statistics as stated below.

 

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NSS Posting Statistics

The NSS last Monday posted 86,478 graduates who had enrolled for the 2020/2021 national service from accredited tertiary institutions and private registrants.

The figure is an increase on the 77,962 who were posted in the 2019/2020 service year.

A statement signed by the Executive Director of the NSS, Mr Mustapha Ussif, and issued by the scheme said registration and validation of prospective service persons would begin at all centres across the country from Thursday, September 3.

It added that service persons deployed to educational institutions were directed to hold on with their registration and validation until schools officially reopened.

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Regional breakdown

Throwing more light on the figure, Mr Esaah said 33,798 service persons had been posted to user agencies in the Greater Accra Region, while the Ashanti Region had 15,135 service persons.

The Northern Region followed with 7,604, with the Eastern, Central and Western regions settling on 6,105; 5,430 and 4,989, respectively.

The Bono, Volta and Upper East regions had 2,787; 2,423 and 1,995, respectively, while Upper West, Western North and Bono East had 1,648; 1,482 and 1,482 service persons, respectively.

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The Ahafo Region had 1,051, while the Oti, Savannah and North East regions had 285; 146 and 118, respectively.

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