Mpofu pledges to address police roadblocks, corruption

6 years agoTue, 05 Dec 2017 00:30:25 GMT
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Mpofu pledges to address police roadblocks, corruption

Speaking after being sworn-in Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu pledged to deal with police roadblocks and corruption which the public has complained about.

Said Mpofu:

That is the first assignment I want to deal with. I have received a lot of complaints about the behaviour of some of our officers and I am going to address that. This is a people’s police force and it has to abide by the expectations of the people, at the same time maintaining law and order. We don’t want to compromise our mandate, but we have to do it in a manner that will not destabilise or create discomfort for our people. I am going to address the issue of roadblocks, corruption and all issues people and even some officers have been complaining about.

There has been less police presence on the roads and street since the beginning of Operation Restore Legacy by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces ZDF two weeks ago.

More: Herald

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