President John Dramani Mahama has appointed Mr. Mohammed Alhassan to act as the Inspector General of Police (IGP) until further notice as the sitting IGP begins his compulsory leave.

According to a statement from of the Office of the President, Mr. Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan , a Deputy Inspector General of Police would begins work on the February 5

Below is the full statement

H.E. the President has given approval for Mr. Paul Tawiah Quaye, Inspector General of Police to commence his compulsory ninety (90) days terminal leave from 5th February to 4th May, 2013.

He has further directed that Mr. Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan, Deputy Inspector General of Police is to act as Inspector General of Police until further notice.

On behalf of the people of Ghana, H.E. the President wishes to Thank Mr. Quaye for the valuable services he rendered to the State during his career and especially his tenure of Office as Inspector General of Police.

Signed
Dr. Raymond Atuguba
Executive Secretary to the President

Source: The Presidency

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