|Born||Constance Edjeani- Afenu|
|Education||Wesley Girls' Senior High School|
In the early 1990s, she was at the Junior Division of the Armed Forces Command and Staff College.
She was appointed to serve as the Deputy Military Adviser of the Permanent Mission in the New York. It was also the first time a woman had occupied that position. She attended Wesley Girls' Senior High School.
- ↑ "Ghana Armed Forces Records Its First Ever Female Brigadier General" (in en-US). 2016-03-05. http://buzzghana.com/ghana-armed-forces-records-its-first-ever-female-brigadier-general/.
- ↑ "Celebrating Ghanaian women : 20 years after Beijing". http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/Celebrating-Ghanaian-women-20-years-after-Beijing-389978.
- ↑ Graphic.com.gh. "Constance Edjeani-Afenu becomes Ghana's first female Brigadier General - Graphic Online" (in en-gb). http://www.graphic.com.gh/news/general-news/constance-edjeani-afenu-becomes-ghana-s-female-brigadier-general.html.
- ↑ admin (2016-03-04). "Ama Emefa Edjeani-Afenu first female Brigadier General". http://www.ghanalive.tv/2016/03/04/ama-emefa-edjeani-afenu-first-female-brigadier-general/.
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