Ghana safeguarding country's territorial waters

Ghana Navy, Marine Police assure public of safeguarding the country’s territorial waters
Larry Gaisieer
The Ghana Navy and the Marine and Railways Unit of the Ghana Police Service have assured the public of continues service to safeguarding the port space and Ghana’s territorial waters.
This was said when, the Flag officer in charge of the Eastern Naval Command, Commodore James Kontoh and the Commander of the Marine, Port and Railways Unit of the Ghana Police Service, Chief Superintendent Joseph Ababio participated in Eye on Port’s live broadcast on national television, that seeks to bring port and maritime activities more closer to the public.
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Source: ghanaweb.com

Members of the Ghanaian Navy learning maritime law-enforcement tactics from the US Navy.
Members of the Ghanaian Navy learning maritime law-enforcement tactics from the US Navy.

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