IGP makes changes in the Ghana Police hierarchy

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By the close of last week, the Police Management Board POMAB headed by IGP, reshuffled some senior police officers in the latest shake-up and reassignment for the Ghana Police Service.

Notable among them are COP Frederick Adu-Anim who is now the new Director-General for the Motor Transport and Traffic Department(MTTD). DCOP K. Boapea Otchere, has been assigned the role of Director-General for the information,Communication and Technology(ICT) Department, whilist DCOP Owusu Donyinah is now the new Director-General for Finance of the Ghana Police Service respectively.

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The rest are DCOP Charles Domanban who has been assigned to the Oti Region to assume office as the new Police Regional Commander. DCOP Dr. Sayibu Gariba, former Director in charge of operations at headquarters of the Ghana Police Service, has been moved to the Upper East region to take over as the new Regional Police Commander.

He takes over from his predecessor DCOP Osei Kwaku Ampofo-Duku who retired from the Ghana Police Service on March 5,2021.

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