Katima resident wants police to consider suggestion boxes

By Simon Liseli

A Katima Mulilo resident, has called the Namibian police to consider concerns of the residents through the Namibian Police suggestion boxes around the country.

This comes after a resident of Zambezi raised a concern on how suggestion boxes are working in the country.

Nampol’s Suggession Box at Katima Mulilo Open Market

According to a concerned resident who opted to remain anonymous, people are not receiving answers after they have thrown-in their views into the box. He expressed concerns that the police are not taking their suggestions seriously as they do not receive any feedbacks.

“We are not counted but suggestion boxes are there with no response, we wonder why? ” He questioned.

He further called the Minister of Home Affairs, Immigration and Safety and Security, Dr. Albert Kawana to look into the matter of the police suggestion boxes

Responding to the issue, Chief Inspector Charles Muyumbelo of the Katima Mulilo Police Station said, people who are throwing their views in boxes are not giving their details making the police to get it hard when following the issue.

Chief Inspector Mayumbelo further explained that “Our people don’t give details, how do we follow issues, we are ready for them, we need addresses whenever they throw views in those boxes.”







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