Justice ministry staff equipped with investigative skills

Staff from Ministry of Justice and Constitution Affairs, Ombudsman and Human Rights Commission (HRC) Monday underwent a day long training workshop aimed at imparting them with investigative skills.

Solicitor General, Dr. Janet Banda SC. with Ombudsman, Mrs. Martha Chizuma Mwangonde at the Ministry of Justice`s Training workshop at River Side Hotel in Lilongwe--(c) Abel Ikiloni, Mana

Solicitor General, Dr. Janet Banda SC. with Ombudsman, Mrs. Martha Chizuma Mwangonde at the Ministry of Justice`s Training workshop at River Side Hotel in Lilongwe–(c) Abel Ikiloni, Mana

Solicitor General, Dr Janet Banda and Ombudsman, Mrs. Martha Chizuma Mwangonde among the staff groupphoto for the Ministry of Justice, MHRC and Ombudsman at Riverside Hotel  in LL-(c) Abel Ikiloni,Mana

Solicitor General, Dr Janet Banda and Ombudsman, Mrs. Martha Chizuma Mwangonde among the staff groupphoto for the Ministry of Justice, MHRC and Ombudsman at Riverside Hotel in LL-(c) Abel Ikiloni,Mana

Speaking during the official opening of the training Solister General and Secretary for Justice, Dr. Janet Banda SC said the training would equip members of staff with the necessary skills that would enable them carry out investigations effectively  and clear the backlog of unresolved cases which are a common feature in the three institutions.

“It is hoped that with this training, delays in conclusion of investigation of cases which negatively affected effective conclusion of cases in these institution would be a thing of the past,” explained Banda.

She further said participants would be equipped with theoretical concepts of investigations, skills of conducting investigations and handling of complaint resolution adding the staff would also learn how to effectively report on the outcome of the investigations.

Banda appealed to participants to take the training seriously and ensure that what they have  learnt during the training is put in practice with the ultimate goal of achieving efficiency and relevance of their intuitions as well as for the benefit of the country.

The training is being supported with funding from United Nations Development Programme under the Human Rights Project.

Banda said, “The three institutions are all in the business of safeguarding and promoting the rights of the citizens of the country.”

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  1. Peter Mutharika says:

    Janet, you are so beautiful – Tikumane basi!

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