Undoubtedly, COP Akuffo Dampare's appointment did not come as a surprise to many Ghanaians due to his unique prowess in handling topsy-turvy issues concerning criminal and investigative issues. Records have identify that he has been unanimously accepted by the general public.
COP George Akuffo Dampare has gone down in the historical annals of the country as the 23rd Inspector General of Ghana Police. He has introduced several peculiar ways to address criminal issues and introduced a new level of transparency in the operation of the police service.
Yesterday, IGP Dampare was sworn in by the President of the Republic to serve as the substantive IGP for the years ahead. The President expressed satisfaction in his efforts to reduce crime in the country in the last 2 months of his appointment. According to the President, IGP Dampare has vindicated his decision and advised him to remain focused on ensuring peace in the Ghanaian society.
A while ago, a picture trending on social media captures popular Ghanaian celebrity and award winning dancehall artist, Stonebwoy together with IGP Dampare. Obviously, Stonebwoy stormed the Dampare's office to congratulate him on his appointment as the new IGP. Stonebwoy was seen in his usual dress with one of his team members having a deep conversation with IGP Dampare. From the looks on the face of Akuffo Dampare, he was obviously interested in the kind of issue discussed by the Ghanaian artist.
According to reliable sources, the renowned Ghanaian artist also registered his satisfaction in the performance of the IGP and pledged his support for his great works. This is an unusual gesture from Stonebwoy to visit an Inspector General of Police in his office to officially congratulate him. His humane gesture also received praises from the general public who have joined him (Stonebwoy) to repose their confidence in IGP Dampare.
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