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The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare together with the police adminstration has been doing their best possible to make the police service a better one. This has called for more praises from Ghanaians to the IGP.
The Ghana Police Service (GPS) has introduced shuttle services for personnel according to a Facebook post of the Ghana Police Service. This shuttle service seeks to facilitate the movement of personnel to and from their places of residence to various duty points. This programme has been implemented in 15 out if the 18 Police Operational Regions across the country.
Now, the stress personnel go through in the mornings to get to work and also to their homes when they close from work will be reduced to the barest minimum.
Check below for the post of the GPS:
Several Ghanaians reacted to the post of the GPS. Check below for few of the reactions:
Many showered praises on the IGP for taking such a step. One user wrote, "Good move ever. The administration is in action now. Salute IGP, good work".
Another user wrote, "A revolutionary leader we have now. Dampare is a legend".
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