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#FixTheCountry Movement convener, Oliver Baker Vormawor has taken a swipe at the IGP over his letter to the British High Commissioner for commenting on his recent arrest.

This comes at the back of the IGP’s letter to the British High Commissioner, cautioning her to mind her business.

The IGP also accused the British envoy of interfering in the internal affairs of the Republic of Ghana.

In a facebook post, reacting to the news, Mr. Vormawor asked whether President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo was also meddling in the affairs of the United States of America when he posted a comment on facebook condeming the killing of George Floyd by a white police officer.

“So when your President wrote this, was he interfering in the internal affairs of the USA?”

According to him, the IGP’s action was nothing but an exhibition of sheer inferiority complex.

Inferiority complex nkoaa” as he put it, adding that the reason the Americans didn’t respond to the statement is simple.

Mr. Vormawor said that only inferiority complex will make the IGP say things like “As our former colonial power and the source of our legal, judicial and criminal justice architecture and indeed, of our Police Service, we continue to look up to Britain among other countries for guidance with regard to how difficult situations are handled.”

In an earlier post, the man at the center of the seeming fracas between the IGP and the British High Commission, called for the Dampaare’s resignation.

According to him, he once worked as a Diplomat in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and that there is nowhere in the world, any public agency much less the Inspector General of Police would have the temerity to write such a letter to a Diplomatic Mission, and the ministry of foreign affairs would look on unconcerned.

“If we had a proper Minister for Foreign Affairs, Cabinet will ask for Dampare’s resignation immediately! But they probably wrote it for Dampare to sign,” he wrote on Facebook.

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