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Ghana Army to mark New Year with route march

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MilitaryThe Ghana Armed Forces will embark on a route march at all regional capitals and garrisons across the country on Thursday, January 3 to mark the New Year 2013, a statement issued to the Ghana News Agency in Accra stated on Tuesday.

The statement signed by Lieutenant Colonel Aggrey-Quarshie for the Director of Army Public Relations said the Accra march which will involve other security services will start from the El-Wak Sports Stadium at 0630 hours on Thursday.

From the El-Wak, the troops will proceed to Akuafo Circle, Accra Girls to the Nima Roundabout, then to the Nima Police Station and move towards the Arko Adjei Interchange towards the Flag Staff House and turn right through Christ the King Church and advance to the Cantonments Post Office and to El-Wak.

The statement urged to public to take note and act accordingly.

Source: GNA

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  1. Does the Country need a military route march to show the army exists? Even North Korea is moving away from such archaic displays of barbarity. Why dont we route march the brains of this country, the economic successes stories, if any, of this country?
    What do we want our children to emulate? destructive brute strength or progressive educaional strength. Sad Sad Sad !!!

  2. George E. Ferguson

    Dear Mr. President;
    I totally support Mr. Mr. Asiedu’s remark. I therefore urge you to use your good leadership and knowing very well that your ascendancy to power will not be characterized with use of force and brutality.

    Please, put stop to this route march. It is not necessary at all.