A seven-member delegation led by the Adjutant General of the North Dakota National Guard, Major General (Maj Gen) Dorhmann, have paid a working visit to the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Maj Gen Thomas Oppong-Peprah on Tuesday, 8 June 2021 at the Army Headquarters in Burma Camp.

Maj Gen Oppong-Pepprah received the delegation on behalf of the Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS), Vice Admiral Seth Amoama who was attending to an equally important national assignment outside the country. He emphasized the visit was another step towards strengthening the relationship between the Ghana Armed Forces and the United States (US), an ample demonstration of growing their relationship.

The COAS elaborated that, the relationship between both countries had been mutually beneficial as it has helped built capacity and improved the efforts of the Engineer Regiment in terms of equipment and human resource development. He gave the assurance that GAF would continue to make efforts to maintain its relationship with the US military.

On his part, Maj Gen Dorhmann said his visit was aimed at sustaining the relationship between both countries. He was appreciative of the commitment to work shown by the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) and hopes it continues in future endeavors.

Maj Gen Dorhmann was of the view that, soldiers from both armed forces have gathered a lot of experience through their engagement and would continue to deepen the ties.


The Adjutant General was accompanied by the US Ambassador to Ghana, Her Excellency, Stephanie Sullivan, the State Partnership Director of the National Guard, Lieutenant Colonel Mark Evers, Major Sinick and Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Distock.


In attendance were the Director General Personnel Administration at the General Headquarters (DG PA), Air Commodore Michael Appiah Agyekum, Chief Staff Officer (CSO) Army Headquarters, Brigadier General Charles Agyemang-Prempeh, the Forces Sergeant Major, Chief Warrant Officer Ramus Barker and the Sergeant Major of the Army, Master Warrant Officer Addo Daniel.