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John Mahama promises decentralized security recruitment systems

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Former President John Mahama has announced plans to decentralize the security recruitment systems in a bid to enhance accessibility for eligible youth and curb corruption.

Addressing community members and party sympathizers in the Bolgatanga East District, the former president emphasized that the proposed decentralization strategy aims to streamline and regionalize the recruitment process across various security sectors.

According to him, the initiative will ensure efficiency and eligibility in the selection of candidates for crucial roles within the nation’s security apparatus, adding that the system can better identify and engage with qualified individuals, tailoring the process to the unique needs and dynamics of each area.

He explained that corruption has been a persistent challenge in many centralized systems, leading to concerns about fairness and transparency. Hence, decentralizing the recruitment process would mitigate these concerns, as local authorities and communities would have more direct involvement and oversight.

The former president therefore believed that the move would resonate positively with the public, as it aligns with aspirations for a fair and accessible opportunity for the nation’s youth in the security sectors.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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