The Ghana Armed Forces have reported that the whereabouts of its Senior Military Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Peter Amoah, is unknown.
According to a notice signed by E Aggrey Quashie, the Director General of Public Relations for the Ghana Armed Forces, Lieutenant Colonel Peter Amoah was last seen on February 23, 2023, at Burma Camp in Accra and has since gone missing.
“The Ghana Armed Forces desires to notify Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col) Peter Amoah of the Directorate of Army Peace Keeping Operations.
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Lt Col Amoah was last seen on Thursday, February 23, 2023, at about 1530 hours, in the general vicinity of Burma Camp. He lives in New Labadi Villas block E, room E2.
Colonel Peter Amoah stands about 1.8 meters tall, with brown eyes, and a dark skin. He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt with a red inscription, blue jeans shorts, and black slippers with white stripes.
Anyone with knowledge of his whereabouts should notify the nearest Police Station or Military Police Station, or call any of the following numbers:
Commanding Officer of Ghana Military Police – 0244561521
Duty Officer of Ghana Military Police – 0593844420,” the notice stated.
Lieutenant Colonel Peter Amoah commanded the Jungle Warfare School at Seth Anthony Barracks in Ghana’s Eastern region in 2020.