Come to Ghana for Christmas; we’ll protect you – IGP to diaspora

IGP George Akuffo Dampare
IGP George Akuffo Dampare
The Inspector-General of Police (IGP) George Akuffo Dampare has given assurance to Ghanaians and those living abroad that this year’s Christmas will be incident-free as the police are ready to protect them and their belongings.
The national police chief is particularly urging Ghanaians in the diaspora and other nationals to make Ghana their destination of choice as they will be fully protected.
“We want to assure you that this Christmas will be awesome,” Dampare said. “I assure you that the police will give you double overdose of security.”
“So, Ghana is ready, to all the tourists, I want to assure you that Ghana is ready, the police is ready, come and enjoy our hospitality. We will protect you and all your belongings,” the IGP said at a meeting with the leadership of the Trade Unions Congress (TUC) at the Police Headquarters on Wednesday.
The meeting was part of the police administration’s ongoing engagement with key stakeholders as part of security preparations ahead of the Yuletide.
On Monday, the IGP and the police management board met with some Muslim leaders while on Tuesday the team engaged members of the Ghana Private Roads Transport Union and members of the creative arts industry respectively.
Source: Daily Mail GH
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