2024-06-13

CDH Investment Bank Invests in K2million in Blantyre Police Station CCTV drive

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CDH Investment Bank formerly Continental Discount House has pumped in K2 million in cheque cash to Blantyre Police Station for the procurement and installation of CCTV cameras equipment in Blantyre.

Presenting the cheque on Monday in Blantyre, Ms Ivy Kwatiwani, CDH Investment Bank, Chief Human Capital and Development Officer, said CDH Investment Bank decided to support the Blantyre Police Station as one way of appreciating the police on the role the station delivers in providing safety and security for individuals and businesses in the country.

Ms Kwatiwani highlighted that the CCTV cameras will improve the quality of security services for our nation, on top of what is already being done, through the ability to monitor and assist combating robberies and other criminal offenses.

“We are committed to helping businesses to grow and we are confident that our donation will enhance the services delivered by Blantyre Police Station as the CCTV will allow them to monitor and enhance safety and security measures in our city and benefit our nation”,Said Kwatiwani.

On his part, Blantyre Police Station, Station Traffic Officer, Superintendent Jackson Silungwe, on behalf of the Inspector General of Malawi Police Services, expressed gratitude for the timely support.

“As Blantyre police we think CDH Investment Bank for responding to the partnership call which will help reduce crime and traffic congestion in the city of Blantyre.

“We are grateful to CDH Investment Bank, for the timely support that will help us in delivering high quality security services to the nation. We did not have CCTV cameras prior to now and the support will help individuals and businesses to operate without fear of criminals”, said Silungwe.

He appealed to the media and general public to support the CCTV drive so that more areas have access to the cameras and that Malawi is a safer country to live and operate in.

Currently Blantyre Police Station has managed to source 14 CCTV cameras but it is planning to have 50 of them as they are accepted to start functioning in the next three weeks.

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