Malawi Police PRO for Ntcheu laid to rest

Ntcheu police Public Relations Officer, sub-Inspector Gift Redson Matewere who died on Saturday December 31st was laid to rest at his home village of Silika in Traditional Authority Kawinga in Machinga district on Sunday 1st January, 20017.

Matewere died at around 10am on Saturday at Ntcheu District Hospital after succumbing to a leg problem.

Late Matewere was a first born son in a family of three. He was born on May 14, 1980.

A practicing Muslim, Matewere joined the Malawi Police Service on November 6, 2002. He was first posted to Namadzi police station and later on to Ntcheu police station as public relations officer.

In 2011 he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and on February 14, 2015, he made it to the rank of sub-Inspector.

He graduated from University of Malawi, Chancellor College, in 2016 with a credit in Bachelor’s of Arts in Communications and Cultural studies.

He survived by a wife and a daughter.

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He was very professional

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tsoka langa linayambila kumwendo
mwana xool sanadyelele


May his soul rest in peace. Zoona munthu wa degree graduate kufa ali inspector? Komaso ku police abale yet a JC ndi ma commissioner.

james Amin
14 years and he was still at inspector? The architect of incorporating graduates into the Police, former IG late Mc William Lunguzi meant for people with such qualifications to be in positions of command within reasonable time and promoted at reasonable speed to ensure that the police moves with the times . That’s why the first group consisting of among others, former IG Kumbambe, Former Chief immigration officer and now NIB Director Elvis Thodi, former DIG Doreen Mwalwanda, Former commissioner and candidate for ACB chief Tumalisye Ndovi and countless others, were promoted to the position of inspector within 2-3 years.… Read more »

RIP gift will remember you as a good student at blk sec. So sad

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