NSS Releases Pin Codes for Final Year Students


The National Service Secretariat (NSS) has released over 127,999 pin codes for final year university students in the country. 

In order to enable eligible Ghanaian final-year students from all authorized tertiary institutions in the nation to register for their required national service for the 2022–2023 service year, the National Service Scheme (NSS) Management claims it has released 127,999 pin codes.

The National Service Secretariat’s Director of Corporate Affairs, Armstrong Esaah, released a statement announcing this.

“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 GH¢40.00.”

In the announcement, Mr. Esaah said prospective service personnel can utilize MTN MoMo to make the payments in order to reduce the frequency of human interaction as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic.

NSS Releases Pin Codes for Final Year Students.

“A payment of GH41.00 is required for individuals who would activate their PIN Codes using MTN Mobile Money.”

The scheme’s management also instructed all potential National Service Personnel to enroll by Monday, August 8, 2022.

In other reports, all new roads that will be finished in the upcoming months, according to Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, will be tolled to recoup the full cost.

On Monday, July 25, 2022, the Finance Minister said that new highways that the government will build in collaboration with investors will be tolled.

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He claims that the majority of these unfinished roads will be built under a public-private partnership (PPP), meaning that anyone who uses them will have to pay.

In accordance with the Public Private Partnership Act of 2020 (Act 1039), the Minister stated, “The Government of Ghana has made a strategic decision to procure the Accra-Tema Motorway and Extensions Project through GIIF with a mandate to deliver a Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund-led PPP financing solution, where maximum funds are raised from the market.”

The tolls will also be used to pay contractors and offer equity for investors, Mr. Ofori-Atta said without holding back.

Road tolls were eliminated by the government in the 2022 budget proposal. The decision was made as a result of excessive traffic, large markets, and pollution near the toll booths, the Finance Minister informed Parliament at the time.

NSS Releases Pin Codes for Final Year Students 



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