Police to elect own IGP under UPP government – Odike

ODIKE UPPA United Progressive Party (UPP) government will ensure the Ghana Police Service elects its own Inspector General of Police, flagbearer of the party, Akwasi Addai Odike has said. In his view, the work of the IGP can be influenced by the president when he has the power of appointment as currently is the case. Speaking at the launch of the party’s 10-year development plan and campaign launch for the 2016 elections under the theme ‘Era for Job and Wealth Creation’ in Kumasi on Monday July 25, Mr Odike said: “The [president] and the citizens will not elect the Inspector General of Police; » Read More

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