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Ghana Armed Forces begins 2013 recruitment

GNA- The Ghana Armed Forces has commenced the 2013 recruitment and soldierenlistment process for prospective candidates who wish to join the force.

A statement signed by the Director of Public Relations, Lieutenant Commander M.A Larbi, said qualification and entry requirements have been advertised in the Ghanaian Times and Daily Graphic with effect from Wednesday, March 13, 2013 and on the Ghana Armed Forces website at www.gaf.mil.gh .

It said application forms have been put on sale at designated Post offices countrywide as indicated in the advertisement.

The statement said applicants are reminded to please return their completed application forms to the particular Post Office where they purchased the forms by Friday, 29 March 2013, while shortlisted applicants will be invited for screening and selection process.

It said applicants are responsible for their own transportation, feeding, and accommodation throughout the enlisted exercise.

It stated that all candidates should follow instructions given by the General headquarters Personnel or Administration only and note that the Ghana Armed Forces is an equal opportunity employer.

The statement said there are no authorized middlemen and the advertised vacancies are not for sale and that should anybody be caught parading as an agent or middleman they would be prosecuted.

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Posted by: Ebenezer Zor

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