The acting Inspector-General of the Ghana Police Service, COP George Akuffo Dampare has joined hundreds of passengers to cross a big river from Adawso to Donkokrom with a ship in the Afram Plains area to have interactions with commuters.
The wonders exhibited by COP George Akufu Dampare in the police service keep changing. He has introduced the zebra crossing horses, some police officers who broke the laws have also been interdicted. He has as well increased community policing and above all, crime-related issues have been reduced drastically in the country.
Just as many thought he has done enough, the IGP together with some top police officers has joined a ferry crossing a big river with other passengers. He has been interacting with the passengers who have poured out their frustrations in the area to him. One passenger could be heard begging the IGP to intervene because armed robbers and other criminals have been tormenting their lives in the area.
He could even be heard in a live streaming video on the official Facebook page of the Ghana Police Service speaking about how some of them use heavy weapons to rob them of their properties. The IGP who seem to know what the residents are going through asked them to remain calm because the police are always on top of issues and are making plans to ensure the criminals are grabbed as soon as possible.
The IGP is visiting the Eastern Region for a special operation on how to end crime in the area. He has embarked on a similar visit to other parts of the country and the results have been massive but this time around, he decided to move with a ship. Ghana is gradually seeing changes in policing with IGP as the lead command. He has spent a lot of time on the field trying to have first-hand information about crime issues and how it will be curbed. For now, he has been praised by many and the hopes are high that if things should continue on the same path Ghana will be a better place in terms of crime.
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