The high rate of unemployment in the country has led many of the Ghanaian youths to consider joining either the military, police or custom. Joining these security forces is not an easy task. The recruitment alone is very competitive and though officially, the heads will deny any protocol recruitment, you have a better chance of being recruited if you have a protocol.
The recent phases of recruitment are ongoing and some selected recruits are already doing drills. In a video that is circulating on TikTok, a commander gave a stern warning to the new recruits as he told them that the protocol that got them selected is not relevant on the training grounds. He however advised them that it is now up to them to prove themselves to whoever brought them.
He added that indiscipline behaviors will not be tolerated and anyone who is disrespectful will be sacked. He told the new recruits during their drills.
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