Government to buy 6 aircraft for Ghana Armed Forces worth over €111m


The Ministry of Defense has laid in parliament for approval a €111 million agreement that will allow it to purchase six aircraft for the Ghana Armed Forces.

The deal with AERO Vodochody AEROSPACE a.s. of the Czech Republic includes support services for the six aircraft.



The deal will see the company supply six (6) L-39 Next Generation (L-39NG) aircraft and the provision of support in terms of products, services, and ground-based training systems associated with the aircraft operation.

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Specifically, the agreement is worth €111,393,400.00.

The agreement was laid in Parliament on Monday.

Speaker of Parliament Alban Bagbin has referred the agreement to the Defence and Interior Committee of the house for consideration and report.


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