Samini, one of the longest standing Reggae Dance hall Artistes in the Ghana Music Industry has thrown a jab at his colleague, Shatta Wale over yesterday's alleged shooting incident. This was seen in a tweet sighted by the Dagaati Musician on social media. Per his tweet, he said Shatta Wale has Ben fooling way back.
The laws of Ghana are clear on the punishments for threatening the life of another person. Threatening the life of another falls contrary to section 75 of the act of the criminal offense, 1960 (ACT 29). This makes it an offense and anyone found guilty can spend a jail term.
The Bank of Ghana says it has not authorized - given license to anybody – individual or entity to operate any money doubling scheme in the country and urging the public to be alert, to avoid being swindled. The Central Bank in a statement, made specific reference to a money doubling scheme that goes by the false name “worldremit” and labeled it as a scam – fraudulent.
The police are always encouraging the citizenry to provide information about criminals living in the society. This is because the police rely heavily on information to gather intelligence and arrest criminals. However, there have always been concerns about how some Ghanaians who offer to provide information to the police are subjected to an unsafe situation in the hands of the criminals.
It is very unusual for any bank in Ghana to transport huge sums of monies with a bullion van without a Police escort. Just recently, COP George Akuffo Dampare was in the news for meeting with the various heads of the banking institutions in the country on how they can collaborate with the police to transport cash safely without the attacks of armed robbers and other criminals.
It is difficult for public servants to expose their families to the public domain. Most persons holding high positions in government and other agencies keep their families private for reasons best known to them. COP George Akuffo Dampare has moved through the ranks of the Ghana Police Service for many years.
Police Investigates Death of Two Children in a Broken-Down Vehicle at Alajo in Accra. Read more from
The Ghana Police Service headed by Dr George Akuffo Dampare has released a statement about the death of two kids who died in a broken vehicle in Alajo in the Greater Accra Region. Check out what it says. The Ghana Police Service is very serious when it comes to investigations into a case.
As the new Inspector-General of Police in Ghana, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has become the man of the moment in the Ghana Police Service. Dampare had been the acting General of the same position since 1 August 2021, upon the retirement of his predecessor, before being appointed to the office by President Nana Akufo-Addo.
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.
The Inspector-General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has met with the Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), Dr. Ernest Addison to strategize in fighting the recurring robbery attacks on banks and other financial institutions in the country. This meeting was convened at the Police headquarters, and it witnessed the participation of high-level officials from both the Ghana Police Service and the Bank of Ghana.
Hit the FOLLOW button to receive newly published articles. LIKE and SHARE the article. 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.
Ghana’s Inspector General of the Police Service COP George Akufo Dampare seems to have caught the eyes of not only Ghanaians but also countries within the neighboring region. Here in Ghana, the New Inspector General of Police, COP George Akuffo Dampare has been well celebrated for his swift in dealing with crime issues and how he has changed the face of policing in the country within the past few months of grabbing the office from James Oppong Buanuh.
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 newly appointed Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has given what in his view, is the antidote in clumping down on criminal activities and promoting peace and security in the country. If this advice and "weapon" is observed and used, he is of firm believe that the security forces would be able to work in harmony and nothing can drag their good name in the mud.
IGP George Akuffo Dampare The completion of most senior high school students has over the years seen the destruction of school properties by these young graduants. Recently we heard of certain incidents happening in the Senior High Schools and this includes the Nyinahin Senior High school where the students set the dormitories on fire.
The Inspector General of Police in Sierra Leone, Dr. Ambrose Michael Sovula, on Tuesday [October 12] called on his Ghanaian counterpart, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare at the National Police Headquarters in Accra. The visit afforded the Sierra Leaonean police chief the opportunity to congratulate his counterpart for his recent elevation to the highest office that the police force has to offer and to discuss ways the two can collaborate to effectively fight crime in their respective countries.
The new Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has introduced Police shuttle services. In a post sighted by on the official Facebook page of the Ghana Police Service, state that the programme has been implemented in 15 out of the 16 operational regions.
On Friday, October 8, 2021, the overlord of the nation swore in Dr George Akuffo Dampare as the nation’s 23rd Inspector General of Police. He was appointed as the acting Inspector General of Police of the Ghana Police Service by President Nana Akufo-Addo on 21 July 2021 effective 1 August 2021.
IGP George Akuffo Dampare was born in 1970. He comes from the Eastern region of Ghana. He is currently 51 years old. The Inspector General of Police who is generally known as IGP is the most senior Police Officer in Ghana. The IGP is appointed by the President of Ghana acting in consultation with the Council of State.
Dampare confirmed as IGP on October 8, 2021 IGP George Akuffo Dampare George Akuffo-Dampare has now been confirmed as the substantive Inspector General of Police at a ceremony on friday, October 8, 2021 Dr. Dampare has been in charge, working, since the retirement of former IGP Oppong Boanuh in July this year.