Very first participation of the military cooperation France/Ghana in the Francophonie Festival!
For the very first time, a France-Ghana military cooperation stand was set up on the occasion of the Alliance Française’s Francophonie fair
For the very first time, a France-Ghana military cooperation stand was set up on the occasion of the Alliance Française’s Francophonie fair, by Sergeant Edzorhoho Akorfa, instructors David Agbeli and Narcisse K. Couasi-Abou, and Marion Lauprêtre, the teaching programme coordinator.
During this day of celebration of the French language, the Ghanaian army showed its great dynamism in the promotion of French within the Ghanaian troops, taught on 4 military bases in the country and at the Military Academy of Teshie (MATS).
Visitors to the military stand praised the Ghanaian army’s investment in training its troops in French and its commitment to peacekeeping missions in French-speaking countries. Currently, nearly 1,500 Ghanaian soldiers are deployed in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Mali and Lebanon.
The Ghanaian army and the French Embassy wish to thank the Alliance Française for its support throughout the year.
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