Malawi, Rwanda to fight terrorism

George Kainja

By Wezzie Gausi:

The Malawi Police Service (MPS) and Rwanda National Police (RNP) have pledged to work together to tackle terrorism and crime in Africa.

Representatives of the two law enforcement agencies committed themselves to the cause during a bilateral meeting held at MPS headquarters in Lilongwe.


Malawi Inspector General (IG) of Police George Kainja observed that the threat of terrorism was growing in some African countries, necessitating the need for countries to join hands.

“We, as a nation, will support every work and effort to end terrorism in the region. Recently, there have been terrorists causing havoc in Mozambique. If we work together, we can defeat such occurrences in Africa,” Kainja said.

RNP IG Dan Munyuza said notes-sharing was key to combating cases of crime on the continent.


“Our visit is meant to strengthen our bilateral security issues. We value Malawi as an important partner in ending terrorism in Africa. What is happening in Mozambique is uncalled for and countries should work together to end the insurgency,” Munyuza said.

The Rwandan IG reciprocated Kainja’s visit to Rwanda early this year.

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