- The Ghana Armed Forces has elevated Felicia Twum-Barima to Brigadier General of the Ghana Armed Forces
- Brigadier General Felicia Twum-Barima becomes the second female Brigadier General of the Ghana Armed Forces
- As the former Director of Education at General Headquarters, she will begin her new role in the office of Defense Attaché at the Ghana Embassy in Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire
The former Director of Education at General Headquarters, Felicia Twum-Barima, has been elevated to the Brigadier General of the Ghana Armed Forces.
Brigadier General Felicia Twum-Barima was lelevated by the Ghana Armed Forces and becomes the second female Brigadier General of the Ghana Armed Forces.
In her 29 years of service, Brigadier General Felicia Twum-Barima has occupied 22 positions in Ghana and outside the country as well as six top positions in UN Peacekeeping Missions.
The former Director of Education at General Headquarters will begin her new role in the office of Defense Attaché at the Ghana Embassy in Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire.
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Brigadier General Felicia Twum-Barima expressed firmness and hopefulness as she prepares to resume her new position.
She’s made history as one of the first females to be deployed as a Military Observer (MILOB) in a UN Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Brigadier General Felicia Twum-Barima served as a Staff Officer in the UN mission in Liberia between 2010 and 2011 and in Ethiopia-Eritrea from 2006 and 2007.
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