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68 police officers promoted

Sixty-eight Superintendents of Police (Supt.) have been promoted to the rank of Chief Superintendent of Police (C/Supt.) with one being posthumous.

In addition one Chief Superintendent of Police (C/Supt.) has also been promoted to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP).

Again, one Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) has been promoted to Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP.

The promotions were as a result of the approval of the Police Council and they all take effect on January 1, 2018 but for the posthumous which took effect from September 22, 2017

Below are the names of those promoted

Supt. to C/Supt

  1. SUPOL/Mrs Faustina Adjeiwa Kodua Andoh-Kwofie 

  2. SUPOL/Mr Francis Kwaku Yiribaare

  3. SUPOL/Ms Owusuwaa Kyeremeh

  4. SUPOL/Mr Joseph Benjamin Pokoo-Aikins

  5. SUPOL/Mr George Bossman Ohene-Boadi

  6. SUPOL/Mr Frederick Kofi Blagodzi

  7. SUPOL/Mr Solomon Aboninga Ayawine

  8. SUPOL/Mr. Ayamga Yakubu Akoglo

  9. SUPOL/Mr Frank Abrokwa

  10. SUPOL/Mr Jude Cobbina

  11. SUPOL/Mr Emmanuel Aryee Akunnor

  12. SUPOL/Mr John Ferguson Dzineku

  13. SUPOL /Mr. Cosmos Alan Anyan

  14. SUPOL/Mr Cuthbert Mweyang Apengnuo

  15. SUPOL/Mr Joseph Wusi Darison

  16. SUPOL/Mr Wisdom Dinam Zioku

  17. SUPOL/Mr Dennis Korku Fiakpui

  18. SUPOL/Mr William Yankey Acolatse

  19. SUPOL/Mr Felix Apedo

  20. SUPOL/Mr Jerome Wawal Kay Kanyog

  21. SUPOL/Mr Jonathan Akuettey Lamptey

  22. SUPOL/Mr Joseph Antwi-Ababio

  23. SUPOL/ Mr Cosmos Afena Damoah

  24. SUPOL/Mr Nicholas Antiri-Addo

  25. SUPOL/Mr Richard Appiah

  26. SUPOL/Mr Edward Opare Jesse

  27. SUPOL/Mr George Ankomah

  28. SUPOL/Mr William Daah

  29. SUPOL/Mr Shaibu Abubakar-Sidique Osei

  30. SUPOL/Mr Kwadwo Nkansah

  31. SUPOL/Mr Edward Annung Konyel

  32. SUPOL/Mr George Andrews Kumah

  33. SUPOL/Mr Daniel Kwadwo Dzakah

  34. SUPOL/Mr Ali Damashie

  35. SUPOL/Mr David Kwaku Amoako

  36. SUPOL/Mr Daniel Doh Nkeboare

  37. SUPOL/Mr Alex Cudjoe Acquah

  38. SUPOL/Mr Samuel Tibil Punobyin

  39. SUPOL/Mr John Osei Bonsu

  40. SUPOL/Mr James Annor

  41. SUPOL/Mr Christopher Klomegah

  42. SUPOL/Mr Nicholas Opare Ofusuhene

  43. SUPOL/Mr Patrick Kwapong

  44. SUPOL/Mr Victor Oduro Abrokwa

  45. SUPOL/Mr Adu Kwadwo Baadu

  46. SUPOL/Mr Washington Dodzi Foli

  47. SUPOL/Mr Seth Kwaku Duah

  48. SUPOL/Mr Leonard Kwesi Abakah

  49. SUPOL/Mr Godwin Cashman Blewusie

  50. SUPOL/Ms Yvonne Cyndy Osei

  51. SUPOL/Mr Reuben Asiwoko

  52. SUPOL/Ms Diana Teye Enninful

  53. SUPOL/Mr Daniel Afuugu Ayamdago

  54. SUPOL/Mr William Kofi Sarpong

  55. SUPOL/Mr John Kobina Tagoe

  56. SUPOL/Mr Theodore Hlormenu

  57. SUPOL/Ms Agnes Caesar

  58. SUPOL/Mr Stephen Kwaki Kwakye

  59. SUPOL/Ms Agnes Dzandu

  60. SUPOL/Mrs Faustina Asiamah Owusu

  61. SUPOL/Mr Ibrahim Sulley

  62. SUPOL/Mr Richardson Dodzi Kumeko

  63. SUPOL/Ms Gladys Mpere

  64. SUPOL/Mr Godfrey Tetteh Adjirakor

  65. SUPOL/Mr Eric Martey

  66. SUPOL/Mrs Phyllis Tebua Osei

  67. SUPOL/Mr Bismark Agyapong

  68. SUPOL/Mr Alexander Kumangtani (posthumous)

C/Supt. to ACP

C/SUPOL/Ms Patience Ashokor Quaye

ACP to DCOP

ACPOL/Mr Edward Tabiri

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