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The National Communications Director of the NDC has recently expressed his immense disappointment in the IGP, Dampare over his unexpected four-page response to the British High commissioner concerning Oliver Baker’s arrest.
Speaking in a recent interview on “Good Morning Ghana”, Sammy Gyamfi revealed that, not only is the largest opposition party vindicated again over the operations of the IGP, Dampare’s response to the British High Commissioner was undiplomatic and would have caused more harm than good if the ministry of foreign affairs hadn’t intervened immediately.
“This latest press release from the ministry of foreign affairs is a vindication of some of us. It is a vindication of the stance we took on this matter that the 20th May 2022 letter of Inspector General of Police, Dr. Dampare to the British High Commissioner was in bad taste, high-handed, needless, and had the potential of jeopardizing Ghana’s long-standing bilateral relationship with the United Kingdom. Clearly, the ministry of foreign affairs is doing some damage control and has indirectly thrown IGP, Dampare under the bus because he was not circumspect like the ministry of foreign affairs has been circumspect in this official release. He was not courteous, diplomatic and we should not be having such correspondences”, Sammy Gyamfi emphatically revealed.
Do you think that, Dampare was undiplomatic and uncourteous over his four-paged response to the British High Commissioner’s tweet over the unexpected arrest of Oliver Baker Vormawor as revealed by Sammy Gyamfi even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
What are your thoughts after Sammy Gyamfi and the NDC were vindicated again over the activities of the IGP, Dampare and the Ghana Police Service under the Akufo Addo government even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
Let’s know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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