Ghana: GAF begins enlistment in career, short courses

The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) said it has started this year’s enrollment exercise for regular career courses and short-term Commission officers.

According to GAF, scratch cards for online applications are on sale at designated Ghana post offices across the country at a price of GH₵300.00, with the deadline for submission scheduled for July 10.

Interested persons are invited by the GAF to visit its portal which has been activated for online application.

This was contained in a press statement signed and issued by the GAF Public Relations Manager, Captain Michael Addo Larbi, copied to the Ghanaian Times in Accra yesterday.

The GAF urged interested applicants to refer to the Saturday May 14, 2022 issue of The Ghanaian Times and the Monday May 16, 2022 issue of The Daily Graphic for further details.

“Scratch cards for the online application are on sale at GH₵300.00 each nationwide at designated post offices in Ghana listed in the advertisement. The online application portal has been activated , interested persons can therefore log on to http://apply .mil.gh to apply. The deadline for online submission is Sunday, July 10, 2022,” the statement added.

The GAF has advised the general public to refrain from hiring people who pose as intermediaries or agents and promise to help them gain admission into the service.

“GAF would like to remind the general public that it does not employ intermediaries or charge enrollment fees. The public is therefore strongly advised to refrain from paying any money to anyone who presents themselves as agent or intermediary with the promise of helping potential applicants join the GAF,” the statement read.

The GAF therefore urged the general public to report individuals who present themselves as intermediaries or agents to the nearest military installation or police station for arrest and prosecution, adding that “in the same vein, applicants interested parties who choose to pay money to agents for assistance are also guilty of the fraudulent act.”

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