COP Akuffo Dampare paying tributes to the late police officers It was a mixed feeling when colleague police officers went for the black coffins containing the bodies of their colleagues who died in a serious accident on the Walewale Bolgatanga Road. Sorrows and grief could be seen all over their faces as they walk majestically with the coffins on their shoulders.
Ghanaian actor-turned-musician, Frank Naro, born Frank Osei has recounted his journey to becoming an actor and subsequently pursuing a music career. Most Ghanaian are praising the new IGP, COP Dr Akuffo Dampare for his wonderful work he is doing for the nation. Recently, Twene Jonas praises the new IGP for arresting some Ghanaian Celebrities for violating the laws of the country.
Congratulations to you, Elder Dr. George Akuffo Dampare for being sworn in as the Inspector General of Police (IGP) of Ghana. This calls for celebration and thanksgiving but when the crowd recedes and friends and loved ones depart, know that work begins. I know that you have received countless congratulatory messages already but I pray these 10 pieces of advice find a way to reach you.
The Ghana Police Service has used to receive a lot of criticisms from Ghanaians in the past. Although certain sections of Ghanaians would still be sceptical about their modus operandi, it is noteworthy that majority of Ghanaians have began to build trust in the police than before. From the moment Akuffo Dampare was appointed as the Inspector General of Police, several changes has taken place and the joy of Ghanaians can be seen on social media and other media outlets.
We usually hear of is the Senior high schools and universities attended by the big men and the top politicians in Ghana. But a few of them make known to the general public the particular church they fellow. Apart from the Muslims among them, we hardly know the churches the Christians among them attend.
The new Inspector General of Police, George Akuffo Dampare takes office today as indicated in his appointment letter issued by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo some weeks ago. Already the former IGP, James Oppong Buanuh had been pulled out in a grand ceremony to christen his official exit and retirement from the police service.
It's barely three days since the Inspector-General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare took office but the actions he's taken so far are very much impressive. Many had commended him for being proactive in the discharge of his duties. A new dawn of policing beckons under his leadership and this is already taking shape.
The inspector general of police, Dampare has once again stunned Ghanaians with his exceptional skills when it comes to taking down criminals. Dampare whiles going about his normal patrols and activities today boldly stood on his feet for hours trying to make sure that the police officers were were working at their posts were in check.
The President of the Republic, His Excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo has finally expressed satisfaction in the work of the newly appointed Inspector General of Ghana Police, COP George Akuffo Dampare. His speech delivered today at the Jubilee House during the swearing in ceremony of the new IGP Dampare carried weight and clearly signals his confidence in Dampare's actions since he was appointed.
He’s been nicknamed the ‘Action Man’ for a better reason, and that has to do with the extent to which he has made the Police Service more responsive and professional. Since he was appointed the Acting Inspector-General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has won the confidence of Ghanaians and most importantly security analysts who have long chastised the police administration over unprofessional conduct and operational lapses.
I might not have the records to draw any comparison yet this is the first time such a publication has been shared by the Ghana Police Service about an aggressive crime combat operation ever conducted and led by the Inspector-General of the Ghana Police Service. For his record, IGP Dr. George Akuffo Dampare after his visit to the Abesim following the cannibalistic murder by Richard Appiah embarked on a sixty (60) hours ground operation to combat serious crimes in the Bono East Region.
There is no way one can trivialize the work of the acting Inspector General of Police- George Akuffo-Dampare. Indeed, since his announcement as the acting IGP, he has proven that he is fit for the work and he has also worked in many ways that prove that he can bring some sanity to the system.
The President of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo has today sworn in Dr George Akuffo Dampare as the substantive Inspector General of Police at the Jubilee House after acting for few months. At the swearing-in ceremony, the President advised the new IGP not to be tied to the ruling party.
Oliver Barker-Vormawor should be advised to prepare his lawyers in readiness of legal actions that may ensue from the Police investigation into a video recording of him inciting a resurrection against the government of Ghana. He might have failed to evaluate the consequences of his utterances during the August 4, 2021 demonstration by the #FixTheCountry campaigners.
The issue of Rev. Owusu Bempah continues to get more complicated and interesting as the day goes by. However, the junior pastors of the Glorious Word Ministries International which is led and founded by Rev. Owusu Bempah continue to make news in the media. It should also be noted that the current acting IGP- Goerge Akuffo-Dampare has won himself some praise for his efforts so far as IGP.
Security is a pre-requisite for the development of every nation. When people feel safe to around their normal duties ensure investment is attracted to the country which will lead to job creation and shore up economic activities. However, achieving internal security has been a major problem for many countries including Ghana.