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The National Service Scheme has released more than 14,000 Personal Identification Number (PIN) codes for newly-enrolled trained Teachers.

Executive Director of the National Service Secretariat, Mustapha Ussif.

The PINs must be used before they can begin their mandatory National Service for the 2018/2019 Service year. The trained Teachers are advised to visit the National Service Scheme’s website to retrieve the PIN codes with their respective index numbers.

A 40 ghana cedis payment must be made at any Agricultural Development Bank,Ltd, ADB to activate the enrollment process. This was contained in a statement signed by the Executive Director of the National Service Scheme Mustapha Ussif. The statement urges all prospective National Service Personnel to complete their enrollment process on or before Thursday November 16 2018.

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