Vice President Dr Mahamadu Bawumia has said government will commit funds through the GetFUND to complete some infrastructural projects at the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC).
Dr Bawumia said the Centre, which is gradually becoming a centre of excellence for the training of middle and senior-level officers for the armies on the African continent needs government’s attention.
The Vice President was speaking at the Joint Graduation Ceremony of the Senior Division Course 40 and 2019 batch of Master of Science in Defence and International Politics at the Otu Barracks, Teshie-Accra.
“Ladies and gentleman let me reiterate the government’s resolve to continue to support the college with all its requirements to ensure that the college retains its status as one of the top learning centers on the continent.”
“We consider this college as a prime national asset. The government will engage the relevant stakeholders including the GETFund to make the needed resources available to the College to complete the ongoing residential accommodation.”
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