Okyehene gives Ghana Immigration 167 acres of land to construct Jungle warfare training school

The Okyehene, Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin, has handed over 167 acres land to the Ghana Immigration Service to construct a Jungle Warfare Training School at Kyebi in the Eastern Region.

The Okyehemaa, Nana Dokua, received the GIS delegation led by DCG F&A, Mr. Isaac Owusu Mensah, at the Ofori Panin Fie for the ceremony.

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As part of a Joint Security Services Package on Internal Security and Counter Insurgency, military officers within Ghana and other security agencies have been trained in practical crowd control at the Ghana Police Detective Training Academy and the Formed Police Unit (FPU) Headquarters at both at the Police Depot, Accra.

Participants were taken through riot control equipment and simulation exercises. They also discussed the principles of graduated use of force.

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The programme is also to enhance the capacity and capability of security officers to be able to respond to insurgency situations as a cohesive unit. We are happy to share some pictures from that training with our followers.

Fast forward, the Okyehene Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Paynin has given a huge acres of land to enable the immigration service to construct a jungle school.

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This will help in combating terrorism which has bedeviled the west African sub region. In attendance were Senior officers who visited the forest to inspect the whole area.

Samuel is a senior editor at His articles cover news from Ghana. I have a degree in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. Accuracy and fact-checking are what I do best. AT, every news is fact-checked.

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