LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-Malawi Police Service (MPS) commissioner responsible for human resources, management, and development, Stan Kaliza has been sent on forced retirement.
MPS Director of Operations Brian Ng’oma confirmed saying Kaliza was found guilty on nine charges.
However Ng’oma was tight-lipped to give more details on the matter.
Kaliza was accused of sexually exploiting 45 female police officers during his service before MPS Commission found him guilty.
However, the Kaliza verdict has not gone well with women rights groups arguing that the latter deserved stiffer punishment than mere retirement.
Chairperson for the women’s wing in the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC), Beatrice Mateyo is unhappy with Kaliza’s ruling.
“We expected a stiffer punishment to be attached to the offense, this gives Kaliza, an opportunity to receive his terminal benefits,” worried Mateyo.