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His Majesty King Mswati III’s has encouraged Police officers to keep up professionalism and be devoted in their daily duties in order to deliver good service.

Speaking in front of a capacity crowd which braved the wet weather during the 18th Police Day held at Matsapha Academy last Friday, The National Commissioner-In-Chief of the Royal Eswatini Police Service applauded the organization for devising accurate strategies in carrying out its mandate of serving the nation. In his address, His Majesty revealed that the Nation appreciates the quality of service delivery provided by the Police who respond promptly whenever they are needed to maintain law and order. He urged police officers to continue with such resolve and dedication to ensure that peace and stability always prevails.
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The National Commissioner – Tsistibal W.W. Dlamini has urged police officers to embrace and support the country’s Strategic Road Map 2022 which is aimed at resuscitating the economy.

Speaking during a brief address held at the Police Headquarters, the Police Chief revealed that the Kingdom’s Roadmap stipulate that the Police Service as a law enforcement agency should work towards reducing fatalities on the country’s roads and the occurrence of homicides in general. He noted that the rate at which people are killing one another is very alarming which impacts negatively on the country in terms of attracting investors. Dlamini also revealed that a single life lost due to traffic accidents is one too many thus such needs to be drastically reduced.
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In a bid to strengthen safety and security within the Kingdom of Eswatini, Police destroyed one hundred and sixty seven (167) firearms during an operation held at the Matsapha Police Academy.

The operation which was conducted on July 9 is part of the United Nations Firearms Destruction Day held annually in July by participating countries. It is an initiative for improving safety and security by ensuring that illegal firearms are not used in the perpetration of criminal activities, violence and other forms of social conflict.Firearms destroyed during the operation include unserviceable firearms which were returned by owners, exhibits with court orders whose cases had been finalized as well as homemade weapons capable of firing a bullet.
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