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You’ll Never Succeed If You Do That; 4 Master’s Degrees Won’t Save You: Dampare Told ‘Bitter Truth’

The recent circulating news that has raised massive concerns across all social media platforms was when the Inspector General of Ghana Police, Dr. George Akufo Dampare was finally told the bitter truth about the current state of the police service under his administration.

Speaking in a recent interview on TV XYZ, the popularly known political analyst who is also known to be one of the best friends of the IGP revealed that, the police administration under Dampare’s watch will not succeed irrespective of his [Dampare] degrees taking into consideration the countless number of innocent individuals who have met their untimely deaths due to demonstrations alongside how some police officers are been treated whilst on duty amongst others.

“The IGP is not my friend anymore; I told you that he’ll not succeed. He will not succeed as the IGP even with your 4 Master’s degrees. The Controller General of the Prison Service, Isaac Aguirre also has 4 Master’s degrees; if you think you’re intelligent, he’s more intelligent than you. Your 4 Master’s degrees can not save you. Dampare will not succeed as an IGP. The police service is an institution that helps the people and it’s about the people not about yourself. Let the institution shine, you’ll also shine. Don’t try and bring yourself above the institution, you can never succeed when you do that”, the political analyst emphatically revealed.


Do you think that the Inspector General of Ghana Police will not succeed but fail as unexpectedly revealed by Dr. Akufo Dampare considering the recent demonstrations and unexpected clash of police officers with protesters causing untimely deaths of innocent individuals even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

What are your thoughts on the political analyst’s claims about the Inspector General of Ghana Police, Dr. George Akufo Dampare that has caused massive reactions online even though most individuals claim otherwise?

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