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Ghanaian radio show host and movie producer, Ola Kwaku Michael has hit out at Ghanaians who have come to love the new Inspector General of Police(IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare and are overpraising him for his works.
The media personality who sees the overpraising as sickening has stated that there is nothing extraordinary about what the new IGP is doing citing that he is only performing his duties as required of an IGP.
Sharing his honest view about the latest clump and arrest of celebrities, Ola Michael asked Ghanaians to halt the unnecessary praise they heap on him all the time.
In an interview on Onua FM, Ola Michael stated that the new IGP has done nothing about the numerous fatalities that were recorded during the 2020 General Elections, neither has he apprehended some Gov’t officials for the same crime he arrested some people in Ghana.
“We need to stop praising him. Dampare, it’s getting sickening by the day. Is he doing anything about the deaths that occurred during the election? There were ministers and MPs brandishing guns, not to mention shooting them,” he said.
He further stated that the only thing that will surprise and make him heap praises on the IGP is when he rejects his salary but until then, he has done nothing outside the box to be given accolades by Ghanaians.
“What has he done to address this? I’m still waiting for him to reject his salary, at which point I’ll say, “Yeah, there’s a new guy. Until then, it’s all a bit of a shambles. “Now that we’re in Ghana, people will start crucifying him,” he stated.
Ola Michael also stated that arresting celebrities such as Shatta Wale and Medikal would benefit their career path rather than harm them, thus the IGP must concentrate on more vital matters.
“When you believe you are punishing a celebrity, you are actually increasing their fan base and popularity. The IGP is doing well, but you should refrain from lavishing praise on him. He’s just doing his job. Do you get the same compliments on your work, AJ? He’s doing what he’s been paid and assigned to do,” he added.
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