I Am a Student of Data Link University

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MT. ZION METHODIST CHURCH P.O.BOX SK 594 SAKUMONO –TEMA SEPTEMBER 25, 2010 THE ADMINISTRATOR VALCO HOSPITAL TEMA Dear Sir/Madam, APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AS A NURSE I would be grateful if you could employ me in your reputable Hospital. I have completed my Bachelor of Science degree programme in Nursing at the University of Ghana. I have successfully passed my state registered Nurses Examination and wish to continue working at your reputable Hospital.

Attached is a copy of my Curriculum Vitae. I hope my application will reach your outmost consideration. Thank you. Yours faithfully,

ABA GYANBA QUAYE

06TH /10/2010

MT. ZION METHODIST CHURCH P.O.BOX SK 594 SAKUMONO –TEMA THE ADMINISTRATOR SAINT PATRICK CLINIC ASAMANKESE Dear Sir/ Madam, APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AS A NURSE My name is Mame Gyanba Quaye; a registered general nurse from University of Ghana (LEGON). I wish to be employed at your reputable Clinic. Attached is a copy of my curriculum vitae. I hope my application will reach your outmost consideration.

Yours Faithfully,

MAME GYANBA QUAYE…...

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