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"Gov't Will Not Only Meet Human Resource Needs Of The Services, But Provide Logistics" - Bawumia

Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia says Government will not only meet the human resource needs of the various security services in the country but also provide them with logistics to ensure peak performance.

The Vice made this known at the Graduation Parade for Cadet Course Intake 30 of the Ghana Prisons Service at the Prisons Training School in Accra on Monday.

The Vice President said "Government will continue to meet not only the human resource needs of the Services, but will also strive to provide the tools, logistics and other essentials required to ensure peak performance"

He also charged the Cadet Course Intake 30 not to let their guard down but ensure to protect the country.

The Vice President played the role of a Review Officer at the ceremony.

The 203 officers were the last cohort of six batches, for a total of 2,000 personnel, recruited into the Prisons Service.

This is part of measures by Government to boost the capacity of the Service to deliver on its mandate.

The other security agencies have seen a similar boost in numbers since 2017.

Some officers were awarded for their excellent performance.

Below are some pictures:

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith



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