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Runway Aviation Club Ghana announce new appointments

Posted 19 April 2017 · Add Comment

Runway Aviation Club Ghana has announced the appointments of Major Glenn Eric Cuff as chairman and William Amamoo as director of finance.

Major Cuff has been a long time supporter of volunteer activities, having been communications officer of the Civil Air Patrol, Pennsylvania Wing, U.S. Air Force Auxiliary.

William Amamoo is a 22 year old final year economics major student at the University of Ghana.

RAC founder Okyere Obed said: “I am delighted to welcome both gentlemen onboard RAC Ghana as they bring with them a wealth of organisational skills and drive that will assist us in reaching our goals”

Honorary President Joe McDermott said: “They will strengthen the RAC executive team thereby helping the organisation move forward with it plans.”

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