Copperbelt Minister Mwenya Musenge says that the Patriotic Front (PF) will not condone or support anyone indulging in political violence.
Mr.Musenge noted that the PF wants to promote politics of integrity and ensure that primitive type of politics which involve stone throwing and insults is brought to an end.
He said this yesterday when he paid a courtesy call on Chililabombwe Mayor Paul Kabaswe.
Mr.Musenge who is also PF’s Party Central Committee member noted that the PF as a party in government has serious issues to address such as job creation for the people.
He added that government wants to ensure that the country has improved services in education and the health sector among others.
Meanwhile,Chililabombwe Mayor Paul Kabuswe assured the Minister that the party structure in the District is intact and working hard to grow the party.
And Mwenya Musenge says he is happy that the road works in Chililabombwe district are progressing well.
Mr.Musenge says government through his provincial office remains committed to ensuring that the road network in the country is improved upon as good roads are critical to attracting investors.
He noted in Chililabombwe yesterday that the more investors come to the country the more jobs are created for the people as well as other income generating opportunities.
And Mr.Musenge has noted that government wants to see proper control of trucks at Kasumbalesa border post.
He said this is why the local authority should ensure that the truck parking port is constructed as soon as possible.
The Minister noted that the truck port will also be another opportunity for the council to raise revenue which can be used for other services within the district.
Meanwhile,Chililabombwe Mayor Paul Kabuswe noted that the land earmarked for the construction of the truck parking port has already been cleared.
Mr. Kabuswe explained that the council has submitted its report on the progress made on the project to the Ministry of Local Government and is now waiting for the Zambia Development Agency to carry out the tender process to select a partner for the project.
He said he is hopeful that the process would be done by September or October this year.