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I Will Personally Campaign For IGP Dampare And Vote For Him If He Runs For President – Abeiku Santana Claims

Self acclaimed Mr Tourism has made his stance known on who he will support politically. 

Abeiku Santana seems to be very pleased with Dr George Akuffo Dampare’s tenure as IGP and has stated that he will be a good presidential fit. 

He seems to be of the opinion that his leadership as president will be what the country needs. 

Abeiku Santana mentioned that if IGP Akuffo Dampare retires from the police service and wants to stand as a presidential candidate, he will be his campaign manager. 

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He spoke on how the IGP went to farms to congratulate and encourage cocoa farmers on farmers day. 

He spoke on how the IGP visited the police officers in the hospital when they were involved in an accident. 

He advised that if he stands for a presidential position, everyone should vote for him. 

He described him as a “working police IGP” and not an office IGP. He mentioned that this IGP can change Ghana and he is an operations IGP. 

Mr Santana attributed the discipline in the country to the IGP and that people are in accordance with the law a lot more of late. 

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He commended the IGP for sharing bottles of water to people who were walking during the G.P.R.T.U strike on Monday. 

The police also gave free rides to commuters who struggled to get transportation. 

Abeiku Santana said the IGP should stay as IGP till he retires and then he should stand for president. 

He went further to say any president who comes and decides to change this IGP will be demonstrated against. 

He seems to be a big fan of the IGP and we can only hope that it stays same forever. 

SOURCE: Ghanacelebrities.com



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