Ghana Police Service deploys 147 officers to Somalia on a Peacekeeping mission

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Ghana Police Service
Ghana Police Service
The Ghana Police Service has deployed some Officers to Somalia on a Peacekeeping mission.

According to the Ghana Police Service in a statement revealed that it had deployed One Hundred and Forty-seven (147) Police Officers drawn from the Formed Police Unit (FPU) of the service to the African Union Peacekeeping Mission (AMISOM) in Somalia.

The statement from the Ghana Police Service also indicated that the 147 police officers were deployed on 2nd November, 2020 and their main aim on the peacekeeping mission in Somalia is to assist the local police in Somalia.

In a tweet on their officially verified Twitter handle, the Ghana Police Service wrote;

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Deployment of Police Officers to Somalia 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. 

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SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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