Pocket code of conduct for soldiers
Accra, March 26, GNA - The Ghana Armed
Forces (GAF) would next week introduce a pocket size version
of the Forces code of ethics for all soldiers, Lieutenant
General Joseph B. Danquah, Chief of Defence Staff has said.
“Most of the soldiers tend forget some of our ethics of our
profession after they have passed out, so this booklet will
serve as a guide to them in times of difficulty,” the
military chief reiterated.
Lt. Gen. Danquah said this on Tuesday when inaugurating a
therapeutic fountain built by the Forces Pay Office (FPO)
Lieutenant Colonel Ababio Serebour, Commanding Officer of
the Unit, said the FPO’s duties had been very stressful
hence the construction of the fountain to help them unwind.
He said the Unit was also putting up accommodation
facilities from its own resources for the personnel. This
includes a nine-bedroom apartment situated at the Amnesty
Centre in Burma Camp, Accra which will house at least 18
Lt-Col Serebour called on the GAF to expedite work on
computerization of the FPO to enable it meet current global
transformation in information technology.