Controversial Ghanaian prophy, founder and leader of Prophet Hill Chapel International, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has reacted to the directives of the current inspector general of police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare. In a press conference today, the inspector general of police warned Ghanaian prophets of the kind of prophecies they make concerning people.
Today, Nigel Gaisie resurrected the dead feud between him and Kweku Anan on Onua Maakye. Recall, Kennedy Agyapong and Kweku Annan accused Nigel Gaisie of killing Ebony, having extramarital affairs with Mzbel and his church members, faking prophecies, deceiving the former President Mahama amongst others.
Just a few days ago, the Ghana police service suffered a tragic loss when two of their officers were killed in an accident, and three others were injured. This occurred on the road between Walewale and Bolgatanga. Dr. George Dampare, the Inspector General of Police, arrived in Temale the next morning to see the three severely injured.
The competent and famous acting Inspector General of Police- Dr George Dampare was confirmed Ghana’s current IGP by the President- H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo. Indeed, IGP Dr Dampare has won the trust and attention of many with his operation-centred actions. He has a PhD and as it stands now, he is Ghana’s first IGP with a PhD.
The two (2) Kidnappers namely; Inusah Abdulai and Amadu Ahmed have been arrested and are in the police custody. Inusah Abdulai and Amadu Ahmed kidnapped a thirty-eight (38) year old man named Tahidu Adam at Dakpen in the Northern Region of Ghana. The community members spotted Inusah Abdulai and Amadu Ahmed on time after they kidnapped Tahidu Adam and alerted the Northern Regional police command.
Today, the Ghana Police Service led by able bodied COP George Dampare has done their marvelous work again as they expose a notorious woman who turns out to be a fraudster. Her name is Grace Osei Tutu. She is a 45 year old woman. The police claim that the last place she was seen was at Duase near querry junction.
At the time that the Acting IGP George Dampare is doing everything to rebrand the police service and boost public confidence in it, some of his boys seem to have vowed that they will do anything to ensure he does not succeed. This morning, the Northern Electricity Distribution Company (NEDCo) loss control team carried out an operation along with the police at Nakpanzoo, a suburb of Tamale to arrest people suspected to be engaging in power theft.
The police administration has taken steps to tackle the growing robbery attacks on bank customers that is putting the country - everybody on edge. The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr. George Dampare has ordered all Commanders to ensure that they beefed up security at the banks.
The Ghana police service addressed the public this morning based on the stormy weather and rainfall. The Ghana police service have seen that, accident and other unforseen circumstances have been frequently happening in Ghana whenever the weather condition is stormy or rainy. So they used this opportunity to advice parents, guardians, school authorities, road users especially motor riders and others.
It has been sad news for the acting Inspector General of Police, George Akuffo Dampare as he couldn't hold his tears back at the funeral ceremony of the late Chief Inspector Abednego Kaakyire. Chief Inspector Abednego Kaakyire died on the Accra Kumasi highway while serving as an escort dispatch rider for the Speaker of Parliament's convoy to Wa.
Dr George Akuffo Dampare is currently acting as the next IGP for Ghanaians. Many people have shared their opinion about the caliber of people that Dr George Nsiah Asare is. The calmness, genuienes, humility and many other attributes have been accredited to Dr George Dampare. He have worked passionately for Ghanaians under the outgoing IGP and many can testify his hard work.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The Acting Inspector General of Police, Dr George Dampare has been unexpectedly received both good and bad news since his appointment as the new Inspector General of Ghana Police service by President Akufo-Addo. Even though most Ghanaians took the privilege to commend Dr George Dampare for landing his appointment as a result of his hard work and determination, the Acting Inspector General of Police has undoubtedly lost two female police officers and others since his appointment.
The Ghana Police Service, ever since George Dampare was appointed IGP, has been constantly receiving massive praise from Ghanaians. Today, the Ghana Police Service shared an update of some of their underground work activities on Facebook. The post indicated that there is currently a blockage on the Kumasi Nsawam Highway from "Signboard" towards Accra due to a faulty truck located on the highway.
More Than Five Homicide Cases Reported In One Week; Three Things IGP Must Change In Ghana's Security
The number of homicide cases being reported in the country is extremely alarming. Violent crimes are now deeply entrenched in some parts of the country many the whole nation unsafe for living. In just one week, Ghana has recorded more than five different homicide cases across the country with the very recent case where a sports journalist killed three children and stored their flesh in a refrigerator.
Acting inspector general of police, IGP Dr. George Dampare shocked the police stations in Greater Accra Region with some members of the Police Management Board on Thursday August 26. They visited some checkpoints and other police stations to confirm whether they are performing the night patrol assigned to them.
The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mr. George Dampare, and his workforce have once again shown to the Ghanaians that they can be trusted to protect lives. The gossip that is trending on various social media platforms is about Red. Owusu Bempah and Nana Agradaa.
It is obviously no news now that the Rev. Owusu Bempah and his junior pastors have “meet their meeter.” Just when they thought they have the support and attention of the President so they can gallivant about flouting the laws, the Acting IGP- George Dampare and his men have proven to him that the law of the country is a respecter of no man.
President Nana Akufo Addo at a 50th Cadet officers graduation ceremony has commended the acting Inspector General of Police (IGP), George Akuffo Dampare, for his recent initiatives aimed at tackling insecurity issues. According to the president, Mr. George Dampare has proven his initiative and ability as the acting Inspector General of Police (IGP) and needs to be confirmed.
The Acting Inspector-General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, has spearheaded an exercise yesterday, Friday, to ensure safety on our roads. This exercise was carried out by the MTTD in partnership with Citi TV/FM on the Kpone-Dawenya stretch of the N1 highway. During the exercise, 40 vehicles were impounded by the police for various traffic regulation offenses.
The Police group called 'Formed Police Unit' (FPU) of the Ghana Police department in Goma Adzintem were deployed to follow up and arrest four suspected Fulanies who shot and defile a 13year old girl on 26th August, 2021 Thursday. Report gathered from the residents of the above mentioned community made it known that the suspects have also inflicted Cutlass wound on the victim and her father while he was working on his farmland.