Government Commits To Improved Police Officers’ Welfare

The government of China has made a donation of twelve (12) motorcycles to the Malawi Police Service which will likely Improve the transportation and equipment available to police officers, contributing massively to their safety and effectiveness in carrying out their duties.

Receiving the donation the Minister of Homeland Security Dr Kenneth Zikhale Ng’oma assured the general public of improved security by among others enhancing the welfare of police officers in the country.

Speaking on Monday at the National Police headquarters in Lilongwe when receiving the motorcycles from the Chinese government, Ng’oma said that he is looking forward to devise other strategies to strengthen the country’s security.

“We have managed to do well last year and the public has rated us well, our performance indeed has been the best evidenced by the way we have handled some critical security cases,” Ng’oma said.

Ng’oma added stating that motivation is a key factor in as far as security is concerned hence the construction of good houses across the country for police officers.

In his remarks, the Chinese ambassador to Malawi Long Zhou expressed satisfaction with the country’s security which he described as conducive for both, settlement and investment promotion.

‘My government always cherish the bilateral relationship with Lilongwe which enables us render support in almost all spheres of socio-economic development,” said Zhou.

In the year just gone by, the general public indisputably rated Zikhale Ng’oma as one of the best performing ministers in president Lazarus MaCarthy Chakwera’s thirty-three member cabinet.