By Austin Katunga
In a sign of good partnership between police and other stakeholders, Raiply Malawi Limited on Tuesday, 9th October, donated a computer set to Muloza police Post in Mulanje.
Speaking during the handing over ceremony, the Company’s General Manager Swastik Shetty said his company was committed to assisting the police.
Shatty said the company made the donation after the Officer-In-Charge at the post told them that due to lack of computer, important documents had to be typed and printed outside.
“We were asked by the Officer-In-Charge for Muloza that the formation has no computer a thing that forced them to type outside. Following this, we felt we should provide a basic necessity like a computer to the important station situated at the boarder of Malawi,” he said.
Shetty further asked other organizations to emulate what they have done by helping the law enforcers to carry out their duties effectively.
“It is our duty to support the department. This is why we have always tried to support the department with furniture, road block material, computer, victim support unit block and fuel during crucial period like Christmas and New year for proper patrolling to name a few,” Shetty said.
On his part, Officer-In-Charge for Muloza Police post, Superintendent Wiseman Chirwa thanked Raiply MW limited for the donation saying it was timely.
Chirwa said with the donation, the formation will now be able to properly keep its documents, some of which are confidential.
“I would like to sincerely thank Raiply for this timely donation which has come at the most opportune time when we struggle to manage our information. I promise jealousy and safely take care of this gadget so that it lives long,” he said.
According to Shetty, the Lenovo brand computer was brought at 450 000 Kwacha (Four Hundred and Fifty thousand Kwacha).