By Alfred Chinthere – Malawi Exclusive Cobtributor
The Commissioner of Police responsible for Central West Region (CWR) Mr Peter Chasweka PPM has expressed excitement on Ntcheu community for working in tandem with Police.
He was speaking on Friday, March 11, 2022 at Sharpevale Admarc ground in Ntcheu whereby Blue Eagles Football club played against Sharpevale United.
The match was integral to the community policing massive awareness campaign graced by the Deputy Minister of Transport and Public works, Mrs Nancy Chaola Mdoko who is also Member of Parliament (MP) in that constituency.
Said Chasweka: “We have to eliminate cases of murder, mob justice, suicide and drowning, among others” “Also, people with albinism must be protected at all times” emphasized the Commissioner.
In addition, he tackled on defilement cases, witchcraft accusations on elderly people, and offences related to Affordable Input Programme (AIP).
In her remarks, the Deputy Minister, Honourable Chaola Mdoko hailed Police for organising such a colourful awareness activity.
Said the Deputy Minister: ” We want you to come again another day here. This should not be the last trip”.
Earlier on, in his welcoming speech Traditional Authority (T/A) Ganya was on cloud nine, hailing the police initiative on combining security messages with football entertainment.
Said T/A Ganya: “I have never seen a top club like Blue Eagles football club on this ground since i was born”.
The other high profile guests at the event included the Officer incharge for Ntcheu Police Station, Mr Julius Munthali, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) and the Station Executive Committee (SEC) chairperson, Mr James Chauluka.
In the end, Blue Eagles triumphed by a goal to nil.