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Thursday, May 28, 2020

Boarder dispute to erupts warns Chief Sinazongwe

Rural News Boarder dispute to erupts warns Chief Sinazongwe

Chief Sinazongwe has charged that Senior Chief Mweemba is creating new villages in his kingdom and has urged government to send surveyors to re-demarcate the area before a dispute erupts.

Chief Sinazongwe has since urged his counterpart that conflict was not needed at the moment.

He, however, said demarcations would assist new chiefs to be aware of their boundaries, to avoid encroaching on someone’s territory, and to reduce tension.

“I have seen that boundaries cause problems so government should come and re-demarcate them because Chief Mweemba does not know where his boundary ends,” Chief Sinazongwe said.


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