“Stop applauding the IGP, he has done nothing” – Ola Michael

Ola Michael, a well-known Ghanaian radio presenter, filmmaker, and entertainment critic, has slammed Ghanaians for lavishing praise on the IGP, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare.

Ola Michael, speaking on ONUA FM with AJ Sarpong, argued that the IGP is just doing his job as an ordinary Ghanaian citizen, and he doesn’t understand why so many Ghanaians see him as some sort of Messiah.

Controversial Ola Michael went on to say that there’s nothing extraordinary about what he’s been doing since taking over that should merit all of the praise.

He also chastised the IGP for treating Shatta Wale and Medikal harshly in order to send the message that he is working.

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According to his own words;

“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.”

“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 said in Twi

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.”

It may be recalled that a few days ago, Sammy Gyamfi slammed the IGP and referred to him as a “Celebrity IGP.”

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Instead of arresting corrupt government officials, he claims, the IGP is wasting the nation’s resources by arresting celebrities who have not committed any serious crimes.

Ola Michael and Sammy Gyamfi appear to be on the same page when it comes to the IGP, who has won the hearts of many Ghanaians.

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