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GAF warns fraudsters of fake recruitment posts

by The Ghana HIT

In a statement shared to reporters, Ghana Armed Forces’ (GAF) Director of Public Relations, Colonel E. Aggrey-Quashie, has warned fraudsters who post fake news on GAF’s enlisting and recruitment. GAF further warned people not to pay any money to fraudsters claiming to be GAF’s agents. Colonel Aggrey-Quashie in his statement went ahead to confirm that neither had GAF engaged middlemen nor advertised on the social media platforms.

“These adverts are being put into the public domain by unscrupulous persons using the names and pictures of senior officers to defraud the public,” said the statement. The statement further stressed that GAF was working hand-in-hand with other security departments in tracking down such mischievous persons after which the full force of the law shall take its course.

While warning fraudsters,GAF urged interested persons to only act upon information obtained from the official channels used by GAF in advertising recruitment and enlisting exercises. “GAF wishes to state that it is not conducting any recruitment/enlistment exercise at this material time. The public is kindly advised to take note and report persons soliciting monies for such exercises, to the nearest Military Installation or Police Station,” stressed the statement.

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