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Electoral Commission of Ghana warns public against fraudulent recruitment adverts

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The Electoral Commission of Ghana has released a statement cautioning the general public to be vigilant of fake recruitment advertisements being circulated on various social media platforms. The statement emphasizes that the commission is currently not recruiting and any such advert should be treated as a scam from unscrupulous individuals.

It is not uncommon for fraudsters to take advantage of the eagerness of job seekers by creating fake recruitment adverts in the name of reputable organizations. These scammers often use sophisticated means to create fake websites, social media accounts, and even email addresses to make their adverts appear legitimate.

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The Electoral Commission of Ghana is aware of the potential harm that such fraudulent activities can cause to unsuspecting individuals. The statement calls on the public to be vigilant and report any suspicious recruitment adverts to the appropriate authorities.

For the most part, recruitment exercises by government agencies and reputable organizations in Ghana are conducted in a transparent and fair manner. The Electoral Commission of Ghana is one such organization that has built a reputation for its integrity and adherence to best practices in its recruitment exercises.

It is therefore important that the public remains cautious and vigilant when responding to recruitment adverts. Job seekers should always verify the authenticity of any recruitment advert before applying for the advertised positions.

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