Source: Ghana Armed Forces - PRESS RELEASE
Issued by the Public Relations Directorate, General Headquarters, Burma Camp, Accra
Tel: +233-302775665 Fax: +233-302772241 Email: email@example.com Release No. 48 3 February 2015
The basic qualification for enlistment into the Ghana Armed Forces is that the applicant must be a Ghanaian national who is not more than 25 years of age by 20 April 2015 for Regular Commission and not more than 30 years by 15 April 2015 for Short Service Commission. He/She must also posses the requisite qualifications and must meet a standard height amongst others. (refer to the advert for more qualification)
The first step in applying for enlistment is to purchase a scratch card from designated post offices across the country at a cost of GHC 70.00 (Seventy Ghana Cedis). It is important to note the Ghana Armed Forces no longer sell forms for enlistment or recruitment.
After the purchase of the card, the applicant must go on-line using the address www.gafrecruitment.com to fill in all the required information needed. Applicants must note they must enter the serial number of the card, pin code and select their preferred arm of service, type of commission, upload photocopies of all relevant certificates and click on submit.
After clicking on the submit button, an instant e-mail and text message would be sent to the applicant. This will include the applicants unique system generated Identification number. Print and keep a copy as that would be required after the applicant is shortlisted. The closing date for on-line application is 8 February 2015.
The attention of the Ghana Armed Forces has been drawn to the fact that some unscrupulous persons are going round duping unsuspecting applicants with the promise of getting them enlisted into the Armed Forces. It must be noted that no individual or group of persons can help anybody since the process is as transparent as possible. Anybody who presents himself as such must be reported immediately to the police for his arrest and prosecution.
Deputy Director (Information and Press Relations)
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