Damapre, since he was appointed an acting IGP and subsequently sworn in as an IGP proper has received tons and tons of praises, mostly due to some crucial policies he has introduced and the swift response of the police im cracking down on criminals.
Generally, he has been commended for boosting the morale of the service since he was appointed.
Some say its early days yet, and he should be given some time so his performance could be properly assessed, but the IGP is not giving them any reason for their argument to be valid in the first place, as day in day out, he continues to show leader, all by example.
This move is meant to facilitate the movement of personnel to and from their places of residence to various duty points.
This would help the police deliver effectively, as it will ensure the Police will waste no time in moving to and from their homes.
Another win for thr IGp, as he continues to prove he deserves all the praises being heaped on him.
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