malawi bulletinSACCO donate a shelter

By Amina Tepani Daudi

The United Civil Servant Sacco (UCSS) has on December 13, 2023 donated a waiting shelter worthy K5 million to Mangochi Police Station to help improve service delivery to the citizenry.

The donation comes following a request the Police management made to the said institution during one of their visits to Mangochi Police.

The guest of honor for the event Mr. Hassan Chikuta, Chairperson for Mangochi District Council applauded Civil Servant Sacco for their tremendous gesture. He added that as much as UCSS is benefitting a lot in terms of their business, the institution has demonstrated love and commitment to its clients.

Speaking during the hand over ceremony the Chief Executive Officer for UCSS, Francis Waliwa said the institution was satisfied with the services of Police in Mangochi hence promptly honoring the request to construct the waiting shelter.

” This is our way of giving back to the community, as a financial institution we don’t need crime to be around, Mangochi is one of the busiest and fast growing districts and police here work very hard hence this donation as a token of appreciation”.

Waliwa then commended the police visibility in the area saying this has enhanced security in the area including their premises.

Mangochi Police Station Officer In-charge Mr. Morgan Dzonzi Assistant Commissioner of Police thanked UCSS’s management for the donation which he described it as timely.

Dzonzi said the donation will go a long way in reducing workload and congestion while the relatives of the suspects in custody and other clients come to seek police services especially in rain season.

” We receive more clients everyday for different reasons, it was very diffulcut for us to accomodate them when they are waiting to be rendered our services hence my deepest appreciation to UCSS for coming to our rescue with this beautiful structure” Dzonzi lamented.

However Dzodzi cited challenges of mobility and other structures hence pleaded to other organizations to emulate what UCSS has done.

The occasion was spiced by Mtalimanja Dancing Group who showcased their dancing skills.

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