COCOBOD Sends Its National Service Personnel Home


Businesses are taking steps to limit any possible spread of the novel coronavirus infection called COVID-19.

The management of the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has asked all their national service persons to stay at home for two weeks.

The directive takes effect on Thursday, March 19.

In a notice that was signed by the CEO of Cocobod, Joseph Boahen Aidoo, this move is to decongest its offices.

“Remunerations of service persons will not be affected,” the notice said.

See below for the full notice:


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