GES request for Management Units and National Identification Numbers of All Staff Nationwide

The management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has released a letter with reference number: GES/HRMD/SEC/MNIA/24, dated June 21, 2024, and signed by Angela Frimpomaa Nkansah, informing all Heads of Institutions within the Ghana Education Service, as a matter of urgency, to submit their management unit per the attached template as part of efforts to curtail issues concerning Management Unit and its associated effects on staff salary.

“We hope this message finds you well. We are writing to inform you about a critical matter concerning the submission of Management Units and National Identification Numbers (NIA numbers) for staff within the Ghana Education Service (GES).

“As part of our ongoing efforts to address issues related to Management Units and their impact on staff salaries, we urgently request all Heads of Institutions to submit their Management Unit details using the attached template. This initiative is essential for us to resolve many of the salary-related challenges faced by our staff.”

GES request for Management Units and National Identification Numbers of All Staff Nationwide

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“Additionally, there is an attached list of staff members who have yet to submit their NIA numbers. It is crucial that all staff concerned provide their NIA numbers promptly. Please collate this information and send it to the following email address: by 28th June, 2024.”

“Your cooperation is vital to the success of this exercise, and we are counting on your usual prompt and effective response to ensure smooth processing and resolution of these issues.”

“Thank you for your attention and support.”, it stated in the letter.

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