Malawi’s Government Ready To Construct Houses For Malawi Police
The Minister of Lands, Kenzie Msukwa, declared that they have planned out to construct a scheme of 100 houses for the police of Karonga district at the location of Karonga. Karonga is a site where the government has decided to construct police houses. Kenzie Msukwa further claimed that the housing scheme’s design is prepared, and they are soon to declare the contractor.
The Minister informed that the department approves the construction plan of the building. The process of acquiring the required material will take up to four months. At Ipyana Mobile Police Service Camp, it was stated by Kenzie Msukwa that they have decided to have fifteen units in the initial phase-out, of which three will be for the officers at senior ranks.
Commissioner of district Karonga Paul Kalilombe configured an inquiry commission due to the recent surreptitious land dealing. The council’s chairperson and two more ward councilors, and few officials are found guilty of illegal land dealing.
Kenzie Msukwa, The Minister of Lands and Abida Mia (his deputy) and Wilson Mollen Ministry’s Principal Secretary was disgruntled due to government officials’ illicit act. He even warned the culprit that his government would not stomach such actions despite any party alliance.
Kyunga-Paramount, chief of Karonga and Chitipa, showed gratitude towards the government’s serious attitude in re-building the country after several shortfalls due to the former Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) rule. He ensured the support of the government of traditional authorities towards the projects being executed in the area by the government.