Ghana Immigration Service Promotes Arm wrestlers Following Impressive Showing At The Africa Games

Kwame Asuah Takyi, the Comptroller-General of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS), has kept his word to advance officers who competed in armwrestling for the service in Accra during the 2023 Africa Games.

The National Armwrestling team’s captain, Edward Yamoah Asamoah, and coach Nii Otoo Larkyne—who excelled in armwrestling during the games—were featured in a press release from the GIS headquarters.

The officers have been promoted to different ranks in recognition of their exceptional and model performance, which helped Team Ghana win multiple medals, including gold, silver, and bronze.

The Ghana Immigration Service has appointed Assistant Inspector Edward Yamoah Asamoah, the team captain, as an inspector, and ITO Nii Otoo Larkyne, the team coach, as an inspector.

The Comptroller-General commended the officers for their diligence and hard work, stating, “The service’s dedication to excellence is demonstrated by your accomplishment. This promotion is a well-deserved acknowledgement of your hard work, and we are proud of you.”

Ghana’s arm wrestling team won 41 medals at the 2023 Africa Games, and the GIS officers were instrumental in the squad’s accomplishments.

The Comptroller-General’s pledge to honor and reward excellence is fulfilled by the promotions, which are a just reward for their accomplishments.

The officers pledged to keep up their hard work to elevate the service and thanked the Comptroller-General and the GIS leadership for the accolade.

This action on the part of the GIS leadership demonstrates the service’s dedication to praising achievement and inspiring staff to aim higher.

In the meanwhile, the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has promised to hire civilian officers who represented Ghana in the African Games.

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