Stansfield Motors Wednesday donated a motor cycle worthy over K2.6 million plus one-year insurance to Senga-Bay police unit.
Handing over the motor cycle to the unit, Stansfield Motors Business Development Officer responsible for marketing and training, Miller John Joshua said the donation was part of the company’s corporate social responsibility.
“As a Malawian company that has been operating for 75 years, this is one of our corporate social responsibility initiatives to communities, to assist the Malawi police services in their effort to fight crime in the country,” he pointed out.
Salima Police Officer In-Charge, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Edward Chingaipe described the donation as timely saying it would address the unit’s most pressing challenge as it was relying for a vehicle from the district council.
“Salima is a tourism hub and it is disgusting to hear that the police have failed to perform because of mobility challenges; the motor cycle will help to ease our mobility challenges as the unit will no longer wait for transport assistance from station,” he said.
Chingaipe thanked Stansfield for the donation and asked different stakeholders to intervene in the mobility issue as the whole district has one vehicle that is operational.
Source: Malawi News Agency – MANA