Malawi Police Service Inspector General Paul Kanyama has urged junior rank officers to reflect on their performance in the year ending and make some changes.
Kanyama was speaking at the police headquarters in Lilongwe during the junior rank officers Christmas and New Year celebrations.
“It is an open secret that people out there have lost trust and confidence in us. We are not doing very well because to some extent we have not served to the expectations of the public. Police service is a noble job and goes together with integrity.
“People want a police man and woman who performs to their expectations and aspirations as enshrined in the constitution. Everytime there is a season, those of us who behaved badly please open up a new page and do good,” he said.
He promised the officers that his leadership will do its best to improve the conditions of the service men.
Among others he cited building new houses, wages and good welfare.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :