Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy has commended the Inspector-General of Police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare for meeting Celebrities in Ghana to discuss issues relating to security.
The Police leadership on November 10, held a private meeting with stakeholders, celebrities and entertainers.
“Big respect to the IGP for putting together such a meeting together. We were able to vent our concerns. They gave us answers that were straightforward. In a nutshell, he touched my heart,” he said.
Speaking with JoyNews’ Becky in London, Stonebwoy disclosed that the meeting only shows that the Police respects the creative arts industry.
He sees the meeting as a good one because “within the time span of the Ghana Police Force, we haven’t such an understanding of both the police and the creative industry.”
“This tells you how the police force respect the creative arts industry or the kind of value they will put on the creative industry so they can be able to work with us also as citizens because they are supposed to police the country, that means that creative and everybody comes to play.”
The dancehall artiste is currently in the United Kingdom ahead of his Anloga Junction Tour which kicks off on November 21.
Original posted at www.myjoyonline.com