POLICE COMMISSIONER SIRRO WARNS WHO WERE RELEASED BY PRESIDENTIAL PARDON - OFFICIALFEMA BLOG

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POLICE COMMISSIONER SIRRO WARNS WHO WERE RELEASED BY PRESIDENTIAL PARDON




President  Magufuli in April 26, 2018, reflect on their behavior and actions. He has given the warning today (Thursday, May 24, 2018) before Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa while giving a statement on the construction of modern Mburahati,
 Kiluvya-Gogoni and Mbweni police stations, which have been launched today. 

He said the intention of Mr. President Magufuli to give them forgiveness was good but  some people have misused the opportunity and so far five people have been killed by the people. 

"Mr. President has pardoned some of the people on 26 April but have misused his forgiveness and turned back to their evil deeds and so far five people have been killed by the people," he said. He said he warns all who have received forgiveness and are determined to return to their evil deeds. 

"When you leave the prison for forgiveness, it means you have influenced people that your behavior has changed  and the people should expect you to be so different, so if you do otherwise, the government will not tolerate with such behaviour" he said. Commenting on the operations of the Police force,

 Sirro said that since he has taken power, the army has sent 1,267 troops to military war training and that the army is strong. 

"We have also sent over 1,000 investigators to training in skill and knowledge in investigating issues.

After giving this training, we need regular cases of investigations to be completed within six months and those major cases of detection have been completed within 12 months.

 We want to ensure that Tanzanian's get there rights fairly and in time, "he stressed. Sirro also used the opportunity to thank President Magufuli for giving them sh. 10 billion for the construction of police houses;

 issuing a permit for 1,500 new police and allowing them to raise qualifications for eligible soldiers from the corporal's title to the Deputy Commissioner of the Police (DCP).

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