The Inspector General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, has revealed an exciting initiative for the Ghana Police Service’s newly launched television channel. In an effort to support and elevate the entertainment and arts industry, the channel will serve as a platform for promotion.
During engaging discussions with renowned musicians and influential industry players on Police TV, Dr. Dampare emphasized the importance of meeting specific standards to qualify for promotion on the platform. While the precise criteria were not explicitly disclosed, the IGP stressed that only artists who meet the required standard will have their songs featured on the channel.
Dr. Dampare highlighted the police service’s commitment to providing an invaluable platform for artists to share their albums and showcase their talent. The channel will also offer free advertising for artists’ programs, enabling them to connect with a broader fan base and gain recognition.
This new development is part of the Ghana Police Service’s ongoing efforts under the visionary leadership of Dr George Akuffo Dampare. The service has demonstrated a strong commitment to logistical and image transformations, and the television channel represents the latest addition to their successful endeavours.
By leveraging this innovative platform, the Ghana Police Service aims to actively contribute to the growth and success of the vibrant entertainment and arts industry, solidifying its position as a supportive and influential force within the sector.
The Inspector General of Police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare, has recently announced that the newly launched television channel of the Ghana Police Service will be utilized to promote the thriving entertainment and arts industry. During discussions with musicians and industry professionals on Police TV, the IGP emphasized the importance of meeting specific standards to qualify for promotion on the platform. Artists who meet these criteria will have the opportunity to have their music videos aired and their events promoted on the channel at no cost. Dr Dampare’s leadership has seen the Ghana Police Service undergo significant logistical and image transformations, with the TV station being the most recent development in their efforts.