Although the Ghana Education service through has recruited over 6,500 teachers to teach in various Basic schools and senior high schools across the country. This is a yearly routine done by the GES to recruit some number of graduates from the various universities in the country.
Information made available indicates that there are some unscrupulous persons duping graduates in the name of providing postings or recruitment. Such persons use social media platforms such as Facebook, WhatsApp, telegram, and others to operate.
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Such scammers around are giving FAKE Ghana Education Service (GES) Teaching appointment letters to desperate unemployed graduates.
They have scammed and continue to scam people of their huge sums of money, some 3000s, 4000s, 5000s, and even 6000 Cedis by sending FAKE GES appointment pdf letters to people via WHATSAPP and Email Addresses.
They tell you “do not go to the regional office to check your name from the list of new recruits or so-called MASTER LIST” because it is a protocol thing. When you finally find out it’s fake, they cut all contacts with you.