Beware! – Ghana Armed Forces Warn [Read Detail]

Beware! – Ghana Armed Forces Warn [Read Detail]

The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) in a statement has cautioned the general public against Facebook accounts created in its name for extortion.

According to the security force, it has published the 2022 enlistment in only two national daily newspapers.

“It must be noted that GAF recently published the 2022 enlistment in ONLY two national daily newspapers (Ghananian Times edition of 14 May 2022 and the Daily Graphic edition of 16 May 2022).”

The Ghana Armed Forces also added that sale of scratch cards and related information as to one’s eligibility to join the forces are available at designated Ghana Post Offices across the country, but not sold on social media.

“The relevant information and guidelines in respect of the eligibility criteria, sale of scratch cards at designated Ghana Post offices across the country, and the closure of the online application process on Sunday 10 July 2022 have all been indicated in the adverts. The public especially interested applicants should accordingly comply with the laid down processes as advertised in the Ghanaian Times and Daily Graphic in order not to fall prey to the fraudsters.”

“The public is therefore strongly advised to desist from paying monies to any person(s) who present themselves as GAF recruiters, agents, or middlemen with the promise to help potential applicants join GAF. Interested applicants must report such individuals who present themselves as intermediaries or agents demanding payment in order to assist them, to the nearest Military Installation or Police Station. In the same vein, the interested applicants who choose to pay monies to agents for help are equally culpable in the fraudulent act,” it has cautioned.

“Once again GAF wishes to urge persons interested in joining GAF to ignore any advertisement and contacts on social media platforms inviting and also soliciting monies from them in respect of any supposed ‘protocol’ recruitment or enlistment process. GAF requires the cooperation of the public to curtail these fraudulent activities.”

MyAfro Ghana – GAF.docx

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