Although the Central Bank did not disclose their names, it said in a statement issued January 18, 2022 that it had not dismissed 90% of new members of staff as being speculated on social media.
It added that the statement circulating on social media was twisted to misinform the public.
The Bank explained that as part of due diligence processes during and post recruitment, those found to have presented forged documents (including academic and professional certificates) are either dropped from the recruitment process or their services terminated if already recruited and on probation.
This, it said, was part of a systematic exercise to deal with unsatisfactory behaviour and ensure that members of staff conformed to rules and regulations.
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