City Police receive bicycles from Nedbank

WINDHOEK; The City Police on Wednesday received 15 bicycles from Nedbank Namibia to assist in crime prevention.

The bicycles are worth N.dollars 150 000, and will mainly be used by the City Police’s patrol units.

Nedbank Managing Director, Lionel Matthews said during the handing-over ceremony that the donation is aimed at supporting the City Police with some tools it need to do their commendable job as efficiently as possible.

“We see this donation as our contribution to make a safer Windhoek happen for everyone who walks in our city’s streets,” he said.

On his part, City Police Chief Abraham Kanime said they are delighted to receive such equipment to fight crime in Windhoek.

Windhoek’s deputy mayor, Muesse Kazapua said the City Police’s bicycle squad patrolling the central business district (CBD) assists the City of Windhoek to deal with crime situations.

“This donation came at the right time, when our police officers have a mammoth task of ensuring safety and security during the festive season,” he said.

Kazapua added that the victories the City of Windhoek continues to score is the reflection of the vision of the Windhoek residents’ commitment and determination to the cause of peace and social progress.