Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Wina urges Chiefs to allocate more land for Agriculture

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Vice President Inonge Wina addressing a rally at Ipusikilo Primary School ground in Lubansenshi constituency in Luwingu district to drum up support for the PF candidate for the parliamentary by-election, George Mwamba
Vice President Inonge Wina has urged traditional leaders in the country to allocate more land towards agriculture development.

Mrs Wina says chiefs should partner with government and the private sector to boost agriculture production.

She said this when she called on chiefs in Mansa district.

Mrs Wina added that government is committed to developing rural parts of the Zambia .

And Chief Kalasa Lukangaba said chiefs will support and work with the government of the day .

The traditional leader said the chiefs are happy with the development projects that are being implemented in the area.

He however, urged government to speed up development in Luapula province.

4 COMMENTS

  1. ONE THING I HAVE CONCLUDED WITH OUR VICE PRESIDENT IS THAT SHE IS JUST A TYPICAL BEAUTIFUL AND VERY HARD-WORKING WOMAN JUST LIKE ANY OTHER LOZI WOMAN. I AM PARTLY LOZI, THAT’S WHY I AM SAYING THIS. LOZI WOMEN ARE “WORK-HORSES”. MY LATE AUNT WAS A WORK-HORSE JUST LIKE ANY LOZI WOMAN. THIS DOES NOT “HOLD WATER”, WITH MEN RESPECT AND SWIM INTO ALCOHOL, TOO, MUCH. MY FRIENDS AND I HAD TO CHANGE FROM CALLING BEER, “BUCWALA” TO “BO BUCWALA”, JUST TO BE IN LINE WITH THE WAY LOZI MEN RESPECT AND ADORE ALCOHOL. I MEAN ALL (MOST) ZAMBIANS QUAFF, BUT LOZI QUAFF WITH A DIFFERENCE. PLEASE, DON’T TAKE IT POLITICALLY, IT’S MY OBSERVATION.

  2. This is the only direction every Zambian should be talking about including the opposition not banning export of maize. We are blessed but not poor nation. Demand for our maize is very huge and extends to nations like Kenya, Sudan. Malawi, Tanzania, etc, are just fronting these counties. Most parts of our country has rainfall and the country is made up of almost 45% water. Let us not create hunger by politicking. Please, clarify your govt position on the ban of sale of customary land which was effected in Dec 2013 by the then Lands Minister, Harry Kalaba who directed the Commissioner of Lands and all councils countrywide not to process any papers / title deeds relating to the sale of customary land.

  3. The Only Government That Has Changed & Implement Some Projects Country Wide Is Pf. On 11th Augast Let’s Vote Lungu.

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