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Police lay Former IGP To Rest

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The Ghana Police Service on Friday, 19th August, 2022 laid to rest a former Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Charles Odartey Lamptey (Rtd.).

The Police assured to continue to work hard to build on the foundation he and all others like him laid

“We are forever grateful for his contribution to the Ghana Police Service in particular, and to the country as a whole,” the Police Service tweeted.

 

The Service added ” We will continue to work hard to build on the foundation he and all others like him laid for the advancement of the Service.”

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“Rest well Sir, you are forever in our hearts.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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