The Management of the independent, non-partisan governance institution, the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) says it ended this year’s recruitment of new workers in last month (September).
The chairperson of the commission in mid-August, 2020 announced the Finance Ministry has given her outfit a clearance to recruit at least 100 new personnel in addition to the already recruited 140 workers into service.
Ms Josephine Nkrumah in an interview with the Daily graphic newspaper said it has become necessary to recruit more workers to address staffing challenges confronting the commission.
“For the first time since I joined the NCCE, we have seen some steps to address our staff challenge. In the five years prior to 2020, we have had only 45 staff replacements when hundreds of the staff members have exited the Commission, so recruiting 240 in a year is a good start,” she noted.
The Commission for Civic Education, when reached out by Georgeweb.org, said it ended the recruitment of the 100 new personnel in September 2020, barely a month after the announcement.
Interested Ghanaians seeking to work with the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) are entreated to wait for new recruitment in 2021.