Osei Assibey Antwi, NSS Executive Director
THE NATIONAL Service Scheme (NSS) has officially released unique Pin Codes to 127,999 final year students from accredited tertiary institutions in the country to access and get enrolled, ahead of the 2022/23 Service Year.
The students have to access their PIN Codes with their respective Index Numbers and Date of Birth on the Scheme’s website, (www.nss.gov.gh), thereby paving way for them to embark on their mandatory service.
Significantly, the qualified students have from Monday, July 25, 2022 to Monday, August 8, 2022 to access their unique Pin Codes, which is a key requirement before they could start their national service.
This important information was contained in a press statement, authored by Armstrong Esaah, the NSS Director of Corporate Affairs in Accra on Monday, July 25, 2022.
“Today, July 25, 2022, the Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has released for registration a total of ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SEVEN THOUSAND, NINE HUNDRED AND NINETY-NINE (127, 999) PIN Codes for eligible Ghanaian final year students from all accredited tertiary institutions in the country to enable them enrol to do their mandatory national service for the 2022/2023 service year.
“All prospective national service personnel are hereby requested to access their PIN Codes from today (Monday), July 25, 2022, with their respective Index Numbers and Date of Birth on the Scheme’s website, www.nss.gov.gh and then proceed to any Agric Development Bank (ADB) Ltd. branch nationwide to make a payment of GHC 40.00”.
To prevent the spread of Covid-19, the NSS management has also created other avenues for students to access their unique codes without crowding in one particular place.
“However, to lessen the frequency of human interaction during the COVID-19 pandemic, prospective service personnel can use MTN Momo. For individuals who will activate their PIN Codes using MTN Mobile Money, a payment of GHC 41.00 is required”, he said.
Armstrong Esaah entreated the qualified students to adhere to the directive within the stipulated period.
By I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr