GES releases postings of teachers

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The Ghana Education Service has announced that it has released the postings of teachers who have returned from their study leave, ABC News can report.

According to a release signed by the Director for Human Resources, Mrs. Adwoa Van-Vicker, these teachers are to pay GHC 10.00 to a known MTN Mobile Money account.

They are also expected to print their postings details and submit them to their regional directors in the respective regions of their new postings.

Those teachers who were on leave with pay are supposed to log-on to http://gespromotions.gov.gh, to access their various postings.

Source: ABCNewsGh.com

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