Police visit the national mosque to increase cooperation with religious organizations

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The Inspector-General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo-Dampare, accompanied members of the Police Management Board and officers from the Accra Regional Police Command on a visit to the National Mosque as part of the Police Service’s plan to bring policing closer to the public.

The visit was made with the intention of conversing with the National Chief Imam, His Eminence Sheikh Dr. Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu, community elders, and other devout Muslims.

The purpose of this program is to improve communication and cooperation with faith-based organizations.

The IGP has been touring the Accra region over the past two weeks, and this visit is a part of that. The tour’s objectives are to interact with local staff, interact with the public, and evaluate the police force’s service delivery in order to improve public service.

Several police districts, including Amasaman, Adjen Kotoku, Pokuase, Tesano, Mile 7, Achimota, Cantonments, La, Osu, Nima, Kotobabi, and Adabraka, have previously been inspected by the IGP and his team.

According to the Police, in a continuous endeavor to improve links and collaboration between the police and diverse religious communities, visits to faith-based organizations would be increased nationwide.

The police want to develop relationships, enhance communication, and work together on issues of shared interest through interacting with religious leaders and communities.

Source: Ghanatodayonline.com

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