Former IGP supports NDC’s agenda for 2020

Former Inspector General of Police (IGP), John Kudalor, has ‘turned back’ the hands of time to the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

Mr. Kudalor was appointed IGP by former President John Mahama.

And as Mr. Mahama leads the NDC into the 2020 general election as an opposition candidate, Mr. Kudalor has deemed it right to support the party with logistics.

He has donated about 100 plastic chairs to the Agona East branch of the NDC in the Central Region.

The Agona East Constituency Chairman of the NDC, Francis Baidoo, received it on behalf of the party whilst other executives looked on.

Mr. Kudalor was appointed IGP in November 2015 and under his watch, some peaceful Ghanaians who were demanding electoral reforms ahead of the 2016 elections were mercilessly beaten while matching to the headquarters of the Electoral Commission in Accra to present a petition.

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