Malawi Police transfer crime buster over corruption protests

Bolero residents in Rumphi are expressing their displeasure at the police for transferring a cop to Likoma Island after protests over corruption allegations.

The police have transferred Hendra Moyo, the head of criminal investigations department (CID) from Rumphi to Likoma.

Moyo is accused of soliciting bribes from illegal immigrants which forced the residents in Rumphi to protest against him before he was sent to Likoma.

People said the police have just transferred the problem from Rumphi to Likoma.

Rumphi police spokesperson Peter Kalaya refused to comment on the matter.

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Waku Nchalo
3 years ago

this is what police does. iam also the victim. a police officer called Zimba from nchalo police ate all my money after catching a thief who stole from my house. he found him with the cash and took it all. and realised him free. the best thing the police has done is to transfer him from nchalo police to lilongwe. SHAME ON MALAWI POLICE SERVICE.

Shaka
Shaka
3 years ago

I wish Likoma Islanders protested his arrival so that he could be transferred again possibly to an acceptable constituency fitting his billing. To that effect, Chaponda’s constituency would fit him best, not because of the constituents (who are themselves victims of these croocks) but the constituency holder himself

Kestern wa Mafuta Centre
Kestern wa Mafuta Centre
3 years ago

A Moyo bwanjinso nanga, sindinkaganiza kuti nanunso nkumapanga nawo ziphuphu, mwana wakwido bwanji just be satisfied with what you earn. Ndidzakutseka ndikabwera kumudziko.

ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT
ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT
3 years ago

LIKE FATHER LIKE SON –!!

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