Ghana To Support Peace Efforts In Somalia. The President, Mr John Dramani Mahama, has affirmed Ghana’s commitment to support efforts at restoring peace and security in Somalia.
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Ghana Armed Forces Denies Robbery Allegation. The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) has denied allegations by Hansol Mining Limited that soldiers in the security task force engaged in anti-illegal mining operations were involved in armed robbery. A statement signed by Major E. Assan of GAF Public Relations Directorate described the allegation as a deliberate attempt to malign the personnel.
Ghana Armed Forces To Meet GJA Executives. Reports indicate that the Ghana Armed Forces will meet with leaders of the Ghana Journalist Association to mend the perceived broken relationship between the two.
Military Exonerates Officers Who Beat Journalists On Independence Day. The military has exonerated its personnel who assaulted journalists at the Independence Square in Accra during the Independence Day parade on March 6. The report on the outcome of the Ghana Armed Forces’ investigations into the matter said the soldiers who manhandled photojournalists from the Ghanaian Times and Daily Graphic did […]
Major Shakeup In Police Service, Armed Forces. President John Dramani Mahama has appointed Rear Admiral Matthew Quashie as Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS) of the Ghana Armed Forces.
APPLY NOW! Ghana Armed Forces Commences 2013 Recruitment Process. [Click here for more details on how to apply] The Ghana Armed Forces has commenced the 2013 recruitment and enlistment process for prospective candidates who wish to join to the force. A statement signed by the Director Public Relations, Lieutenant Commander M.A Larbi, said qualification and entry requirements have been advertised […]
Ghana Journalist Association Says Apology For Attack On Journalists Not Enough. The leadership of the Ghana Journalist Association says it has met the Information and Media Relations minister over the attack on some media practitioners by some military officers during the independence anniversary celebration on Wednesday.
56th Independence Day Celebration: Soldiers Slap Journalist. Some Military Police officers yesterday created a nasty scene at the 56th Independence anniversary celebration when one of them slapped and shoved a photographer from The Ghanaian Times, Vincent Dzatse, at the Independence Square.
YENDI: Military And Prison Officials ‘Peace Match Turns Bloody’. A peace match between the Military and officials of the Prison Services in Yendi turned sour and ended up in a fight on Saturday. The scuffle broke out after the referee of the final football match awarded a penalty against the Military team after a player for Prisons Service was fouled.
Bekwai: Ten Remanded For Attacking Military. Ten people have been remanded in prison custody in relation to the attack on some military men and forestry officials at Koniyaw forest in the Bekwai municipality. Officers of the 4th infantry battalion in Kumasi on an operation to evacuate illegal miners who had taken over Koniyaw Forest Reserve, in the Bekwai Municipality run […]
Mali Crises: Prez Mahama Places Nation On High Alert. President John Dramani Mahama has called on the nation’s Muslim leaders to be weary of any persons attempting to perpetrate any acts of violence following the country’s decision to participate in the peace efforts in Mali.
120 Ghanaian Troops Airlifted To Mali. One hundred and twenty officers and men of the Ghana Engineering Company I, (GHANENG COY 1) of the Ghana Armed Forces Monday went through farewell rituals in preparation for their departure to war torn Mali.