IGP Dampare Cautions Graduates Over Finger- pointing (Video)

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The Inspector General of Police, Dr. George Akufo Dampare, has advised graduates to put an end to finger-pointing and consider what they can do to better themselves and society.

Speaking at the university of professional studies of Accra, UPSA, 14th congregation and first session of 2022, he stated that failing to face problems implies that success is someone else’s duty.

4,015 students from the University of Professional Studies Accra (UPSA) will graduate during the 14th congregation’s four sessions this year.

Group includes 840 diploma, 2,349 undergraduate, and 826 postgraduate students.

In its first session, the school of graduate studies will graduate 826 students, including 26 masters of philosophy, 602 masters of business and administration, 129 masters of art, and 69 masters of science.

Dr. George Akufo-Dampare, the inspector general of police, stated that while everyone should aim for the best outcome, the world is waiting to either penalize or applaud people based on the path they took.

Professor Abednego Feehi Okoe Amartey, vice-chancellor of the university, advised the graduates to take initiative and serve as better representatives of the institution.

Becca, a singer-songwriter better known by her stage name Rebecca Acheampong, was the valedictorian and received the overall best student award with 3.92 grade points.

At the diploma, undergraduate, and master’s level, over 2,000 students received their diplomas.

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