Mozambique, Uganda to cooperate on terror fight
Interior Minister of Mozambique Jaime Basílio Monteiro today swore in seven new appointees to positions of leadership and command in the Police of the Republic of Mozambique.
The newly sworn in commanders are: Paulo Chachine, Commander of the Public Order and Security Police; Filipe Dias, Commander of the Border Police; Eusébio Salumbia, Commander of the Coastal, Lacustrine and Fluvial Police; Cornélio Alberto, Commander of the Rapid Intervention Unit; Fabião Pedro, PRM Commander in Maputo City; Sérgio Faustino, Commander of PRM in the province of Tete; and Assane Nito, Director of Public Order and Security in Cabo Delgado.
Basílio Monteiro urged the new commanders to commit to combating the ills that afflict Mozambican society, especially the wave of disinformation about the alleged “bloodsucker” phenomenon in the provinces of Nampula and Zambezia.
The nominees expressed their willingness to do everything to ensure the well-being of the population, safeguarding order, security and peace in the country.Source: Rádio Moçambique