The former Central Regional Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Bernard Allotey Jacobs in an interview with the host of Kokrokoo, Kwame Sefa Kayi says chaos might happen in the 2024 election that is yet to come if care is not taken.
According to Bernard Allotey Jacobs, if the Inspector General of Police (IGP) George Akuffo Dampare relaxes too much, things will go worse in the Ghana Police Service (GPS) and for that matter, the corrupt and bad police officers will cause chaos in the 2024 general elections if the political party they support seems to be losing whiles the election is ongoing.
Bernard Allotey Jacobs cautions George Akuffo Dampare to get back on his feet and make sure nothing as such happens because the image of the Ghana Police Service is very important as the police are Ghana's security.
Bernard Allotey Jacobs raised this concern due to what has currently happened at Nkoranza.
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