YEN.com.gh is reliably informed that Director-General of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), Bright Oduro, has been asked to proceed on leave with immediate effect.
According to the website’s sources in the police administration, Mr Oduro is being asked to step aside because of the change in government.
Meanwhile, the crime expert is also expected to retire in January 2018 and has thus been asked to take his accumulated leave.
Mr Oduro was appointed to the Director-General of the CID position in January 2017.
According to starrfmonline.com sources Mr Oduro is very likely to be succeeded by ACP Peter Gyimah
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