Two hundred and seventy-six (276) Security personnel drawn from Police, Immigration, and the Ghana Ambulance Service have passed out after 67 days of skill-based training on ways to combat terrorists and extremist activities.
The training was held at the Counter-Terrorism and Concentration Camp located in Huhunya in the Eastern Region.
This is the third batch of security personnel trained this year as part of the preparation to secure maintain peace and stability of the country before, during, and after the December 7 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections.
According to Chief Superintendent Adofiem Raymond Wejong, Commanding Officer, Counter-Terrorism Department – Ghana Police Service, the training was anchored on building skills and confidence of the Service Personnel in combating insurgency and electoral related violent crimes, enhance interoperation ability and Coordination among the security services, border security and building public confidence.
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