FEATURED: The Most Befitting Memorial In Honor Of The Late J. J. Rawlings...

25.07.2008 Health

Health Ministry raises red flag about admission fraud

By gna
Listen to article

The Ministry of Health on Friday stated that it had not authorized any individual or group to assist prospective students seeking admission into its training institutions.

A statement signed by Mr. Daniel Osman Mwin, Head of Public Relations of the Ministry, said it had come to the notice of the Ministry that some unscrupulous people were going round some parts of the country collecting between GH¢ 500 and GH¢ 1,000 from unsuspecting students who want to enrol into the Ministry’s heath training institutions with the pretence of assisting them to gain admission.

“The Ministry wishes to remind the general public that admissions into all its training institutions are based purely on the required qualification and excellent performance at the selection interviews its conducts for short-listed candidates.”

It advised the general public to be wary of these unscrupulous people and report them to the nearest police station or security agency.

Modern Ghana Links