A family man, who is following God’s plan
What are your favourite foods?
I have to say it’s my wife’s cooking. I consider myself the cheapest person to maintain . . . an uncomplicated eater. I eat home food as I never want to offend my wife by saying that I am full because I have eaten elsewhere.
I eat the simplest types of food; food which people would not think of. I’m not a meat eater. I love my phutu and milk. That and gravy. And of course I make sure I eat breakfast and dinner at home every day.
What is it like being the top cop in the country?
It’s exciting but also daunting. I always knew when I joined the police that God had big things planned for me, but I never thought I would be the national police commissioner.
If you had not been given the top job, what would you be doing right now?
I would either be serving government in another capacity or working for an NGO for the economical benefit of the country.
Does your family ever give you advice on how to do your new job?
All the time. They are all innovators, with quick minds, who are full of suggestions on how to ensure we rid the country of crime. Their suggestions are at times quite good. I value the opinions of my children, who are both in law enforcement — and especially my wife’s views.