China has delivered specialised military vehicles and associated spare parts to the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) at Burma Camp in Accra in an effort to strengthen military cooperation.

The military vehicles, worth around $1.5m, include troop carriers, trucks, field ambulance and a tanker, according to

Ghanaian defence minister Lt. Gen. John Henry Smith said the country’s military would be further equipped with new technologies and equipment.

Prior to the delivery, the GAF received defence equipment from China including computers, camouflage uniforms, military amphibious vehicles, troop accommodation and fighter aircrafts.