Securing Ghana’s shared seas

Ghana is making efforts to deal with illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU) fishing in its waters, with collaboration, technology and training seen as the keys to a safer Gulf of Guinea.
This is according to Rear Admiral Peter Kofi Faidoo, Ghana’s Chief of Naval Staff. Before his appointment in 2016, he held a number of posts, including director of Naval Operations and National Maritime Security coordinator. In 2012, he was appointed director general of training at the General Headquarters, and, in 2015, he became flag officer commanding the Western Naval Command.
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Source: defenceweb.co.za

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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