This afternoon, around 2:30, on the Accra Mall – Palace Mall road, I saw the IGP in his official vehicle without dispatch (no police motorbike ahead of him). With his driver and another policeman in the front seat, the IGP was stuck in the long traffic just like me, an ordinary citizen.
Though there were policemen directing the flow of traffic at vantage points, he never made an attempt to prompt them of his presence in order to be treated differently. Calmly, his car drove, as I admired his patience and humility.
I wish you well, COP Dr. George Akuffo Dampare.
The country Ghana have waited a long time to have leaders like this who firstly consider themselves as common people too who can humble themselves to any man and approach them and be friendly.
We are not interested in any tyrant who will gradually usurp us of our rights has Ghanaians.
We dream of a peaceful working conditions for all people.