Forty-Seven (47) civilians have graduated at the Armed Forces Central Band (AFCB) School after offering the Intermediate and Advanced Level Courses on Thursday 4 July 2019 at The AFCB Mess.

The objective of the four-month course was to help participants develop performance and compositional skills and also prepare them for professional careers in the area of music.

The Acting Officer in Charge (OIC) who doubles as the Administration Officer, Lt Kojo Boateng Bandoh of AFCB, in his submission said the Music School have trained individuals who have become professionals in the Armed Forces and the Ghanaian society at large.

He stressed that the participants have undergone several training and learning sessions urging them to soar higher.  

The Second in Command (2IC) of AFCB School Band, Major J Mawa congratulated the students for their efforts and performances during their training period.

He noted that the course and music band as a whole was a sure way of getting themselves employed due to their spectacular performances entreating parents to give them the needed support to excel in their chosen careers.

Present at the graduation were the Band Officer, Lt Opoku Gyan, the Chief Inspector of the School, WOI Tsabi Seth, instructors, and family members.

The students trilled all present with some performances.