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Sep 08, 2011 at 10:42am
JHS results adverts misleading
Anxious parents of Junior High School (JHS) graduates who have bought scratch cards to access the placements of their children have described adverts saying that the results are online as, misleading.

One such advert claimed that the placements would be online from the first of this month. However clients who bought the card and accessed the website were disappointed.

Meanwhile, the National Co-ordinator of the Computerised School Selection and Placement System, Samuel Oppong, says the advertisement is not from the G.E.S., but from the agents contracted to sell the cards.

He told Radio Ghana that the site is not operational because the raw date for the results is not ready.

He was however quick to add that the results will be ready by next week:

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