Police gets donation from Lilongwe business persons for community policing

Business people in Lilongwe on Friday donated various items and cash amounting to K1 290 000 to Lilongwe Police to improve community policing activities in the district.

Mirza handing a cheque to Commissioner of Police George Kainja

Mirza handing a cheque to Commissioner of Police George Kainja

Speaking when receiving the donation, Commissioner of Police, George Kainja, commended the well-wishers for the kind gesture, saying this donation will go a long way in boosting security in the district because community policing is doing commendable job in curbing crime but lack equipment.

“Our community policing is meeting many challenges, this donation will greatly improve security in rural and urban areas in this district,’ said Kainja.

He also emphasized that the police is meeting several challenges which cannot be solved by hence need for the private sector to support it.

“Most of our officers are living in rented houses instead of police houses, in many districts there are few vehicles, for instance, Kasungu Police has only two cars, Dedza has one car. We are aware that government is doing something about these problems.

“We hope by December we will sing another song,” concluded Kainja.

In an interview after the function, Asian Community representative, Mirza Imitiazbeg, said they thought of donating MK670 000 and 250 reflector jackets because they noted that police are facing many problems. He therefore urged fellow businessmen to come forward and help their police.

“Let me urge the general public and fellow businessmen to help our Police so that in return, we may reduce crime rate in Malawi,” appealed Mirza.

Some of the donors are the Nigerian Community, K200 000, Ufulu Gardens, K200 000 Santa Plaza, K100 000 and Culture Club K20 000.

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Kwa mitengo ku 36 kaondo phwetekele chonde apolice malowa sali bwino yesetsani kusesa mbava kumeneko.anthu akulephela kuyenda or kugona madzulo dzulo kuopa mbavazi.


Malawiano !! Imva izi muziwauza azimbuye anuwo kuti nawonso amafuna moyo osangalala komanso asiye kumangopanga recognize ma degree mu Police Service coz saziwa ntchito kuli ambiri ali ndi ma Diploma komanso ma Certicate owayenereza mu ma proffessionals ena koma mpaka lero amalandilabe ndalama ngati a uncle anu a JC ya 1980,hw can they get motivated but u want them to die for u kkkkkkk iwowo ndi yesu chani,if not adakapemphabe pamseupo,zofuna reform zija ndi zimenezi. Is a reflector uniform kaya aya zina osati za ntchito dats just to buy favours


Mangani nyumba zokwanila,muzitipatsa ma risk allowances, give us ma eduction advance, feature us in medical schemes , make our perks at SADC salary level and then claim of our unproffesionalism, who does not gud life


Well done and thanks but we don’t want any conflicts of interests.


That’s a good move . But we should not see them mounting roadblocks after every 200 yards just begging for money , we need professional police not street beggars and they should not be getting involved into armed robberies.

Andrew Fatch

This is the way to go.

chidongo John

Chonde chonde a Malawi apolice safunika kuvala ma reflectors akuyenera kukhala smart ndi ma uniforms awo. Are you trying to create another type of uniform apa roadblock ndi amene akufunika zimenezo.where in the world police are wearing reflecters to be reflected to who and for what purpose? Zimenezo ndi zovala za ma volontiya apa car park. Simungatengere nthawi yakhamuzu.

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