Serving Nampol for 30 years with no pay

By Rosalia David

MORE than 200 reservists for the Namibian Police (Nampol) who have been working since independence for free are pleading for numeration and permanent employment from the government.
In an interview with Confidente, the members claim that they first joined the police as volunteers in 1990 while a few joined years thereafter and were told that they will receive permanent employment in the force after six months probation.
A reservist is an auxiliary member recruited to serve as reinforcement to the Namibian police force in the fulfilment of the duties and activities in terms of Section 13 of the Police Act, Act 19 of 1990.

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