Retired Police Commissioner calls for cop professionalism

 Outgoing Northern Region Police Commissioner has urged police officers in the Malawi Police Service (MPS) to be professional in their work for them to serve the country well.

Kaitano farewell to cops
Kaitano: Retired top cop

Effie Kaitano was speaking Friday at Northern Region Police Headquarters in Mzuzu during a farewell parade in her honour on retirement after a 40-year service.

“I urge all police officers to work hard and professionally in order to serve the public well,” Kaitano said.

She asked female police officers to disregard gender issues in pursuit of their work but rather work hard and stick to professionalism.

“I encourage female police officers to be dedicated to duty and strive to be at par with their male counterparts in terms of performance,” she said.

Kaitano joined the MPS on October 8, 1978 and she was promoted to the rank of Commissioner of Police on December 23, 2015

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Maunits
Maunits
1 year ago

Police Officers recruited and trained during Kamuzu very disciplined and hard work. I agree this Commissioner was worthy to be IG but mmmmmm Lhomwelization at its best any way zikutha pa 21 May, 2019 pano.

Colonel Mtaganda aka African Rambo
Colonel Mtaganda aka African Rambo
1 year ago

Mai dziko mwaliona”ntchito mwagwila alemekeze wa m”wamba

Sandawana
Sandawana
1 year ago

KOMA CHIMWANA CHA MAYI KAITANO NDI CHONENEPA BWINO BWANJI !

Mcmore salima
Mcmore salima
1 year ago

This commissioner has served well worthy to be IG for police .
But what we’re all the presidents doing by not not picking her name?
Shame to all the presidents!!!

Mlomwe wokonda Chigololo
Mlomwe wokonda Chigololo
1 year ago

What next after retirement?

Busybody
Busybody
1 year ago

Wish you all the best, Effie Kaitano ( nee Chisale ) as you go on retirement. Proud of you, my school mate ( 1974 to 1978 at Blantyre Secondary School when we were green-behind-the-ears teenagers; when school was really school during the Kamuzu era; when Mr A.B.Mpapa could instil in us the virtues of discipline just by the glare of his fierce stare).

Wow! Time really sneaks on one, doesn’t it? Reminiscing about those days just feels like it’s yesterday. Enjoy your retirement, Effie!

Prophet Justice
Prophet Justice
1 year ago
Reply to  Busybody

@Busybody when are you retiring yourself to leave room for your adzukulu?

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