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General News of Wednesday, 3 May 2017


Sacked army recruits accuse GAF of sabotage

The over 500 army recruits who were sacked from the Ghana Armed Forces over allegations of tedious training are now accusing the military of frustrating their entry into the service.

Since 2015, the investigation into the allegations for which they were sacked has still not been concluded.

Some of the victims say they were recently recruited by the Ghana Police Service but have been let go due to sabotage by GAF who they accuse of stopping the police from recruiting them.

They suspect GAF is responsible for the development and want government to intervene as a matter of urgency.

Listen to some angry recruits