“The Ghana Armed Forces’ operational effectiveness has increased as a result of ongoing retooling and re-equipment, as well as the fulfillment of training needs. This is demonstrated by the positive results of our security operations at numerous complexes both locally and globally”.
As a consequence of the continuing fares in the subregion, we need to achieve a few more key targets. The Vice President stated, “We should help the administration in completing this commendable initiative as our top priority.”
The president, also inspected work on the Ghana Military Academy Infrastructure Upgrade project site, whose sod I cut on 4th July 2019. The Cadet Mess, the Square and lecture rooms are completed.
The Administration Block is some ninety-five (95%) complete, and the contractor is in the final stages of completing the external works.
The two hundred and forty-six (246) capacity Cadet Hostel and Platoon Commander’s Block are some sixty-five percent (65%) complete.
Again, He inspected on-going construction of the seven-storey Army Headquarters Office Complex, which is also progressing steadily. This project is costing the taxpayer some GH¢33 million.
He also cut the sod for the commencement of work on the US$24.8 million housing project for the troops. Forty (40) half compound houses will be built here at Burma Camp, ten (10) each at the Naval Base in Sekondi, the Airforce Base in Tamale, the 4th Infantry Battalion in Kumasi, and the 3rd Infantry Battalion in Sunyani.
When completed, a total of three hundred and twenty (320) units would be added to the housing stock of the Armed Forces.
Source|osimpamfm.com|Richard Owusu Tawiah|Presidency communication bureau