COP Dampare Akuffo has been applauded ever since he assumed office as Inspector General of Police, praises in all forms have been showered on him and the Ghana Police Service as a whole. This is because, the gross misconduct of Police has been reduced drastically and those who do engage in misconduct are being brought to book. This development is a good news to Ghana, since recently the rate at which crimes kept increasing was beyond imagination.
COP Dampare and his men has done it again; information gathered has it that, the Ada suspected motorbike robbers has been brought to book by Dampare and him men.
The two robbers were on a two Royal motorbikes had registration numbers M-20-GE-7215 and M-20-GT- 4299.
The police patrol team pursed them until there crushed their motors and lost control. The two arrest suspects are in the police custody. The police a gun and other weapons on them.
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