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GAF Recruitment 2021/2022 – www.gafrecruitment.com

The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) Recruitment 2021/2022 – www.gafrecruitment.com. An advertisement has been released and available below. www.https://gafonline.mil.gh Recruitment, Application Form Portal, Requirements and other details are available below.

GAF Recruitment

All Eligible and Interested applicants may apply online for the available Positions before the recruitment application deadline. The 2020 Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) Recruitment details like education qualification, requirement, location, stipend & salary scale, selection process, application form & how to apply, closing date, important links and others are available below on myschooleth.com.

The Ghana Armed Forces is the unified armed force of Ghana, consisting of the Army, Navy, and Ghana Air Force. The GAF are supervised by the Ghanaian Ministry of Defence.

This recruitment guide will give answers to questions like;

  • When is GAF Recruiting for 2020/2021?
  • How to apply for GAF Graduate Recruitment 2021/2022?
  • Has GAF Started Recruitment for 2020/2021?
  • GAF Official Recruitment Portal 2020/2021?
  • GAF Recruitment Guide and Requirement 2020/2021?
  • GAF 2020 Recruitment Deadline.

Check out the entry requirement for 2020/2021 recruitment exercise. General and officers recruitment into Ghana Armed Forces.

General Eligibility for Recruitment into Ghana Armed Forces

  1. Be a Ghanaian citizen by birth.
  2. Be of good character.
  3. Be not less than 20 years and not more than 25 years by 02 June 2014 for Regular Commission and not more than 30 years by 30 April 2014 for Short Service Commission.
  4. Be medically fit by Ghana Armed Forces standard.
  5. Be not bonded.
  6. Be not married (for Regular Officer Candidates only).
  7. Be of minimum height of 1.68m (5’ 6”) for males and 1.57m (5’ 2”) for females.
    For military police only; the minimum height for male applicants should be 1.75m (5’9’’) and 1.70m (5’7’’) for females.
  8. Must have one of following:

(a) Six credits (Not less than C6 ) including Core EnglishCore Mathematics and Core Science at WASSCE.

(b) Six credits (Not less than D) including Core EnglishCore Mathematics andCore Science at SSSCE.

(c) Five credits (Not less than 6 ) including EnglishMathematics and Scienceat GCE –O level and not less than D in three subjects at GCE A-level.

Ghana Armed Forces Registration Guide | How to Apply

NB: Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) Recruitment / Enlistment Exercise for 2020/2021 intake has not yet commenced. This page will be updated once the Ghana Police Service 2020 Recruitment begins. Beware of Fraudsters.

  1. Acquire a scratch card at FIFTY GHANA CEDIS (GH¢50) from the designated regional post offices.
  2. Scratch gently to reveal the pin code. The scratch card can be used for three times until a record is successfully submitted.
  3. Log on to the recruitment portal @ http://www.gafrecruitment.com
  4. Read through the entry requirements thoroughly.
  5. Click on the Apply Now tab to open the applicant authentication page.
  6. Enter your card serial number, pin code and select your preferred arm of service, type of commission and click submit.
  7. Enter your personal details and take note of the following from Pages 1 to 3:                                                                 Page a. Select your desired vacancy and provide all other required data.
    b. Upload a scanned copy of your passport sized photograph of dimension (200 x 180 pixels), enter a valid e-mail address, personal mobile phone number in the format (233244123456) and enter any other required data.
    c. Enter your WASSCE/SSCE Index number, WASSCE/SSCE results slip serial number and select a tertiary institution from the list of schools. Enter your graduating GPA/CWA and provide all other required data. Upload only scanned copies of the following: WASSCE Results Slip and First Degree Certificate (Degree, HND). 
  8. Click on the preview button to see a summary page of all data provided. Read through this page carefully and click on the back button, if there are any modifications to be made.
  9. Click on the submit button and expect an instant e-mail and text message, which includes your unique system generated Identification Number.
  10. Print and keep a copy of the generated report as you will be required to present it, if you are shortlisted. However, if you lose your copy of the final report, go back to the recruitment  portal, click on the Check Details tab, enter your unique identification number sent to you by sms/e-mail and order a re-print.
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NB: Each scanned document (Passport picture, WASSCE/SSCE results slip and First Degree Certificate) to be uploaded, should not exceed 1 Megabytes and should be in JPEG picture format only.

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