George Akuffo Dampare sworn in as 23rd IGP in Ghana Today.

President Nana Akufo-Addo has sworn Dr George Akuffo Dampare into office as the meaningful Inspector General of Police (IGP).

Dr Dampare, who was named as acting IGP two months prior, turns into Ghana’s 23rd Police manager after the retirement of his archetype, James Oppong-Boanuh.

The 51-year-old is the most youthful IGP to stand firm on the foothold in the Fourth Republic and the eighth most youthful since the nation acquired freedom.

At the swearing-in at the Jubilee House on Friday, the President swore his administration’s help to guarantee that the Police Service stays important and capable.

The President likewise charged the new Police organization to act expertly and not capitulate to the directs of the decision government.

In his acknowledgment discourse, the recently sworn in Inspector-General of Police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare, guaranteed the president that his outfit will do all it require to make the police administration a-list establishment.

“Our Vision has been to turn into a-list police establishment. Mr President, we are ready, we are centered around accomplishing that.”

“We realize it won’t be simple however my associates and I have made our psyches that regardless of whether we can’t take it to that objective, we, right now, will situate the association towards that objective with the end goal that there’ll be no retreat,” he said.

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