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Ghana Police Deploy Officers To Somalia- Photos

The Ghana Police Service has deployed One Hundred and Forty-seven Officers to Somalia.

According to the Service, the police Personnel were drawn from the Formed Police Unit(FPU) to the African Union Peacekeeping Mission (AMISOM) in Somalia.

The team arrived in Somalia on the 2nd November to assist local police in maintaining peace and order.

Read Communique by the Ghana Police Service below:

The Police Administration has deployed One Hundred and Forty-seven Police Officers drawn from the Formed Police Unit (FPU) to the African Union Peacekeeping Mission (AMISOM) in Somalia on 2nd November, 2020, to assist the local police in maintaining peace and order.

The Director, International Relations Department, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Mr. Baba Saanid Adamu whilst briefing the officers before their departure, advised them to remain professional in their peacekeeping duties.

We share with you some pictures on their departure and arrival at Mogadishu the capital of Somalia, enrooted to their final destination at Baidoa.

 

 

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