By: Bright Ntramah
President Akufo-Addo has announced plans to establish a War College in Ghana. The College will train Military personnel in modern warfare and other strategies.
Speaking at the 2022 WASSA Games at the Burma Camp in Accra, the President said the GET Fund would provide the initial capital for the construction.
He therefore tasked the Ministry of Defence and the Military High Command to begin the process of establishing a War College in Ghana.
The annual WASA afforded the leadership and men of the Ghana Armed Forces the opportunity to fraternize and socialize, reflect on the performance in the past year and to take stock on how best they can improve on their performance.
It presented the President, who is the Commander in Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces, the opportunity to thank the men in uniform for protecting the territorial integrity of the nation.
President Akufo-Addo expressed the appreciation of the nation to the military towards ensuring peace and security both internally and externally.
He also thanked development partners who continue to support and collaborate with the GAF in diverse ways to promote the development of its infrastructure, enhance training and acquire equipment.
The Chief of the Defense Staff, Vice Admiral Seth Amoamah assured Ghanaians of the military’s continuous duty to protect the country despite limited infrastructure.