Ghana receives €1.5m military equipment from Germany

Military equipmentThe Ghana Armed Forces has received military equipment worth €1.5 million from Germany, defence news sources have reported.

The equipment includes nine Mantrac troop carrying vehicles, two Speed Boats, four Belly Bridges, Spraying Oven, Mobile Break Testing machine, Engine carrier, shock absorbers, alignment machine, GD 4X4 Benz, compressor, trolley jerk and other equipment.

The equipment would be used to support Ghana’s contribution to the Economic Community of West African State (ECOWAS) Standby Force, according to Defenceweb.

The equipment was handed over by German representative Doris Barnett (on behalf of German ambassador Ruediger John), Africa Defence reported.

By Emmanuel K. Dogbevi

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