MPs deny rerecruiting and training of DPP Cadets

MPs deny rerecruiting and training of DPP Cadets
MPs deny rerecruiting and training of DPP Cadets
By Malawi Exclusive
The Malawi Police Service (MPS) has vehemently rejected claims that the institution has recruited and trained 60 ruling party cadets.
Malawi Police spokesperson James Kadadzera rejected the claims in a statement which has been signed jointly with Registrar of the High Court Agness Patemba.
The report which circulated on social media claimed that the party cadets were trained at Mtakataka Police Training School in Dedza.
Kadadzera said the stories are totally untrue and mere propaganda.
“The truth of the matter is that the MPS was approached by the judiciary to train their court marshals into professional security officers,” Kadadzera said.
He said the court marshals were trained at the training school in Dedza from September 22 to October 18.
“All the trained Judiciary security officers are in their respective workstations and interested groups are free to meet them and verify,” he said.
The police spokesperson advised Malawians to disregard the unfounded stories saying the Malawi Police Service is apolitical and serves Malawians regardless of political party, ethnic or religious affiliation.
The Malawi constitution demand that the Malawi Police Force shall be an independent organ of the executive, which shall be there to provide for the protection of public safety and the rights of persons in Malawi according to the prescriptions of this Constitution and any other law.
However MPS is under heavy attack from the general public who accuse them for working to please the ruling parties and punish opposition.

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