Zambia Police ‘recruits’ 8 Chinese

LUSAKA Province commissioner of police Nelson Phiri, reserve assistant commissioner Zhang Ming, Inspector General Kakoma Kanganja, deputy Inspector General Malcolm Mulenga and Chinese Embassy director Zhao Ming cut the ribbon during the handover of vehicles donated to the service by the Chinese association. PICTURE: JEAN MANDELA

EIGHT Chinese have been enlisted in the Zambia Police Service in the reserve wing.
The eight are Zhang Ming (reserve assistant commissioner of police), Wu Chung Min (reserve senior superintendent) with Yaochi Huang being reserve senior superintendent.

Wang Miao, Wen Shuanfan (both reserve superintendents) and Xu Yudah, Lwang Huarong and Liu Pen are all reserve superintendents and were welcomed by Inspector General of Police Kakoma Kanganja in Lusaka yesterday.

Mr Kanganja said the police reserve is an important component of the Zambia Police Service to complement the regular police in law enforcement and crime prevention.
“The significance of the reserve wing cannot be over-emphasised due to the fact that there is disparity in the police population ratio.
“The international standard is that a police officer should police 250 people. However, in our case, one…

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