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- Post 29 July 2012
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GLICO Life has declared its intension to recruit National Service Personnel who are about to end their mandatory service in August this year as sales executives across the country.
Mr Abdul-Hamid Hashim, the Upper West Regional Manager of GLICO Life announced this during the regional launching of the National Service Personnel Association (NASPA) week celebration inWa.
Mr Hashim appealed to the service personnel to take advantage of the opportunity being presented to earn some meaningful income rather than sitting at home and jobless at the end of their service period.
He said GLICO Life’s conditions ofservice were very good and anyone who took the job and work diligently may end up working for the company because of the good remuneration he or she would be receiving at the end of every month.
Mr Cezar Kale, Deputy Upper West Regional Minister thanked the insurance company for offering this golden opportunity to the service personnel.
He stressed that the gesture would not only complement the government’s quest to provide employment for the youth but would also help the beneficiaries to earn something and make a living.
Mr Kale commended the service personnelfor their contribution to the development of mother Ghana and also advised them not to look down on the opportunity but rather take advantage of it to gain some more working experience.
Mr Joseph Bati, the Regional Administrator of the National Service Scheme (NSS), said a total of 2,650 service personnel were deplored to the region in addition to 700 volunteer teachers.
He thanked the personnelfor accepting their postings and helping the NSS to realise its vision and also contribute to the development of mother Ghana.
Master Babugu Dimah Fatawu, the Regional NASPA President, said service personnel would undertake blood donation and clean-up exercises to mark the celebration of the week.
Mr Mumuni Sulemana, the Regional Director of the National Youth Authority (NYA), said service personnel could perform better if their numerous challenges they encountered were adequately addressed.
This year’s service week was on the theme: “Fostering National Unity for a Better Socio-economic Development, the Role of the Service Personnel”.