We’ll purge Ghana of all criminals – IGP assures

The Inspector-General of Police made a promise to the government and people of Ghana that he and his colleagues are working with other security agencies to ensure that the country is at peace with itself, during the commissioning of a police barracks in Kwabenaya, Accra.

The police administration also met with leaders from the two major political parties to address political tensions and maintain decorum on the country’s political landscape.

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During the meeting, the Inspector General of Police urged politicians to allow the police to do their job of policing while they do their politics.

The Ghana Police Service also called on politicians to support their efforts and constructively criticize them to ensure they do a professional job in line with their constitutional mandate.

A press release signed by the Director of Public Affairs for the Ghana Police Service, ACP Grace Ansah-Akrofi, reiterated this message.

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