Armed Forces celebrates community week

Naa Betty Mingle

Militry men helping the labourers at the Salvation Army School as part of their celeberation

The Ghana Armed Forces is committing its relations and community week celebration to building strong and good relations with other governmental organisations, and supporting various communities in Accra.

The Ghana Armed Forces, as part of its social responsibility, is helping labourers construct a six-unit building for the Salvation Army Cluster of Schools at Lartebiorkoshie.

The project was initiated by the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) to help provide the pupils with enough classrooms, due to the abolishment of the shift system in public schools.

Major Edward Owusu Ansah, Second in Command, Recce Regiment, during an interview with the Accra File, said, “Our aim is to bring about a cordial relationship with the community to help build a new strong school building for the children.”

The Armed Forces personnel are planting about 2,500 trees all over the country in various schools, to create shade for the students within two days, in an exercise which begun yesterday

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