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Homeland Minister Zikhale Ng’oma underscores need for partnership to ensure tight security

Minister Zikhale Ng'oma

Minister of Homeland Security, Ken Zikhale Ng’oma, emphasized the necessity for various stakeholders to work togetherto ensure tight national security. Ng’oma said that his ministry is making comprehensive efforts to enhance security provisions throughout the country. The Minister said this during the ceremony of unveiling of the National strategy against terrorism and violent extremism, as well as the National plan to combat human trafficking which took place in the capital city, Lilongwe yesterday.

“The two are critical in the fight against terrorism and human trafficking in the country, and government of President Lazarus Chakwera is committed to ensure that Malawi enjoys peace all the time” Said Ng’oma during the launch.

In a phone interview from Lilongwe, the Minister said the launch of the of the two blue prints is a step ahead in controlling the terrors and human traffickers from exploiting Malawi and its citizens, adding that his Ministry is working hand in hand with all stakeholders to see to it that country’s security is not compromised.

During the launch, United Nations country’s coordinator Rebecca Addah-Dontoh commended the government for the efforts in fighting terrorism and human trafficking in Malawi.

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