Mpingu Police Unit in Lilongwe which was closed in 2019 after angry mob vandalized it following the nullification of the 2019 presidential elections, has been reopened.
Minister of Defense Jean Sendeza as she graced the reopening of the police unit, assured people plying their businesses in the area to reopen their daily activities.
According to Sendeza, the Police unit will be fully furnished using the Constituency Fund. She also hailed Central Poultry for assisting in the rehabilitation of the police unit.
She therefore asked the youths to follow and embrace the Tonse Alliance development agenda.
In his remarks Central West Division Police Commissioner Peter Chasweka thanked Central Poultry for having a heart to help in security enhancement in the country.
He said the facility is not for police officers but rather for the community and he urged for peaceful co-existence between the police and the community.
He said if the community has any grievances with the police there are right channels to be followed.
Taking his turn a representative of Central Poultry, Benson Chirwa, said the organization is committed to assisting in the improvement of access to quality security services.
Traditional Authority M’bwatalika has assured the officers to be deployed at Mpingu Police Unit to work freely and professionally without fear or favour.
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