The new Inspector General of Police (IGP) in the person of Mr. George Akuffo-Dampare, has been in the news and made headlines for quite some time now. This comes after his hardwork and commitment which made many Ghanaians heap and continue to heap a lot of praises on him.
Mr. Dampare, together with his team have been able to and are still fighting hard to fight and curb the rise in criminal activities in the country, amongst other unlawful acts.
Earlier today, the IGP met with the creative arts stakeholders. Many of the popular Ghanaian celebrities were present during the moment. Musicians, media personalities, actors and actresses were all present. These people included Kwame Aplus, Mercy Asiedu, Sefa, D-Black, Tagoe Sisters, Vicky Zugah, Shatta Wale, Socrates, Apietus, Afia Schwarzenegger, Abeiku Santana, KiDi, Agya Koo, Samini, Stonebwoy, Gloria Sarfo, among several others of them.
According to most of the celebrities who were present, it was their first time meeting the IGP. Some took pictures and videos with him together with his team. At the end of the event, a group picture was taken as well as videos. Some of the pictures and videos have surfaced on social media platforms and have started going viral.
Take a look at this picture;
You can also watch the video by clicking on the link below;
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