Our thoughts are with the residents from Chingola. We sympathise with those affected by the recent happenings in your town.
In order to support the efforts of the Zambia Police Service in maintaining Law and order in Chingola, Toyota Zambia donated a Toyota Hilux Extra Cab on Sunday 26th January 2020 to Chingola District Police Command.
The handover ceremony was graced by the Minister of Home affairs Hon. Stephen Kampyongo, Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Operations, Mr Bonny Kapeso, Copperbelt Police Commissioner – Charity Katanga, Chingola Member of Parliament (who is also the Energy Minister), Hon Mathew Nkhuwa, the Mayor of Chingola, invited guests and the Toyota Zambia General Manager Copperbelt, Mr Gilbert Mfuya who handed over the Vehicle on behalf of Toyota Zambia.
During the ceremony which took place at Chingola Central Police, Hon Kampyongo appreciated Toyota Zambia for being a true partner and appreciated their timely response to mitigate transport challenges faced by the Police in Chingola, particularly in the wake of increased criminal activities in the area.
This message was also echoed by Mr Kapeso, Mrs Charity Kantanga and Hon Nkhuwa who thanked Toyota Zambia for the support and gesture.
It is the hope of Toyota Zambia that the donated vehicle will go a long way in enhancing police patrols in the district and we remain committed to supporting Zambia Police efforts in maintaining Law and order.
Vehicle Donated To Chingola District Police, Registrion No. ZP 2566B at Chingola Centra Police Station before Handover.
Handover of Keys to the Minister of Home Affairs Hon Steven Kanpyongo by Toyota Zambia General Manager – Copperblet.
Flagging Off Vehicle by Minister of Home Affairs and Copperbelt Police Commissioner
Copperbelt Police Commissioner, Charity Katanga (Seated in Vehicle) Ready for Flag off.
Minister of Home Affairs Hand over Keys to Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of operations Mr Bonny Kapeso (In Red Jacket).
Commissioning & Flagging off the Vehicle By Hon Kampyongo & Copperbelt Police Commisioner, Charity Katanga.