108 Religious Cadet Officers graduate at Military Academy

The graduation of 108 cadet officers of Cadets of Regular Career Courses and Special Service Courses has been held on Sunday at the Ghana Military Academy in Accra.

The graduation for the Religious Parade which was under the theme: “For God and Country,” took the graduates through a six and 15 months Regular Career Courses and Special Service Courses which will enable them exhibit professionalism in their duties.

Brigadier General L. K. Appah (rtd) charged the cadet officers to keep learning and innovating with the mind that their assessment would never cease adding that it was important to create a congenial atmosphere of mutual respect as they seek to tap the experience of their forbearers.

He encouraged the officers to work hard and pursue academic advancement for an improved life and admonished them to build good relationships in the service.

Lieutenant Colonel Sheik Ahmed, Chief Imam of the Ghana Arm Forces (GAF), tasked the cadet officers to adopt devotion, dedication and diligence to work as it was the traits required of everyone in the service and called on them to let the theme of the graduation manifest in their duties to humanity.

He entreated them to be useful to society by always keeping a balance in the execution of their duties.

Colonel Charles Debrah, Acting Commander of the Ghana Military Academy, said officers of the profession were religious because they serve at the risk of their life and that there was the need to always remain spiritually fortified in their service saying “it takes the Grace of God to remain successful in the Army.”

Lieutenant Colonel Bangsiibu, Acting Director of Religious Affairs and Chaplain of GAF, reminded the officers on the need to be obedient and adopt the right character to duty.

The officers were awarded for excelling in various areas of their academic works and duties.

Source: GNA

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