FDH gives BT Police K3 million to boost crime fight 

Mkulichi (2R) hands over a symbolic cheque to Nyirenda, (2L), flanked by FDH Bank Plc Public Relations Manager Lorraine Chikhula (right) and Station Traffic Officer Superintendent Jackson Silungwe

FDH Bank Plc has donated K3 million to Blantyre Police Station to support the installation of an enhanced technology security system to boost the fight against crime in Blantyre City.

In his speech during the handover ceremony in Blantyre on Tuesday, the Bank’s Managing Director, Noel Mkulichi said as a leading financial institution and digital bank, FDH Bank Plc supports and promotes the adoption and use of technology in various sectors of the economy.

“We are pleased with the efforts by the Malawi Police Service to boost security and fight crime through enhanced technological security systems. FDH Bank applauds the Malawi Police Service and the Government for this initiative and the Bank commits to continue working with the Malawi Police Service and the Government in various ways that promote security and create a conducive operating environment for our customers, the business community, and the general public,” said Mkulichi.

Blantyre Police Officer-in-Charge, Deputy Commissioner of Police Obrey Nyirenda hailed FDH Bank for the support saying they plan to install security cameras in Blantyre Central Business District (CBD) that will assist to monitor activities from the control room at the station.

“We are very grateful for the timely support which will help us a lot in the process of installation of the Cameras for crime monitoring. We are very much sure that the good working relationship that is between Police and FDH Bank will continue for the benefit of all Malawians,” said Nyirenda.

Recently, the Bank also supported a similar cause at Limbe Police with cameras and monitors. 


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