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Luapula PS gives 48 hr ultimatum to civil servants

General News Luapula PS gives 48 hr ultimatum to civil servants

Luapula Province Permanent Secretary Buleti Nsemukila has give a 48 hours ultimatum to civil servants to their respective districts they have been delployed.

Dr. Nsemukila gave the ultimatum during a Senior Management meeting
for Heads of Government Departments in Mansa, today.

He said  he will ensure that all government workers are positioned in their areas of duty so that the general public could start benefiting from various government services.

Dr. Nsemukila said time had come for those who will not abide by the Presidential directive  to face disciplinary action.

He said he has written to all the eleven District Commissioners in the Province to give him a list of Officers who had not yet moved to their Districts so that they could be disciplined.


  1. Just fire them if they not complying because there are so many people waiting to be employed.
    This is the challenge of employing civil servants from rich families used to stay in towns. You left out poor, dedicated civil servants out there who would done better for mother Zambia

  2. I have also given lusaka times 48 hours ultimatum to announce the best blogger results failure to which I will have this website closed off.

  3. first fire the lazy bum Vodka Jameson Kamwendo Chakolwa Rungu, he is busy compaining for 2021 elections instead of fulfilling his promises he made during the 2016 election compains.

  4. Fire them after a 48 hour-ultimatum? It wont happen. Mark my words. The bureaucratic disciplinary system in the civil service will simply not permit him.

  5. tone down sir, how do u ask people to move to districts where the Government has belt no house? Take them tu lunga where the gvt has not belt a single house. Unions will not allow you act like that sir.

  6. I am UPND but this NEZ guy is damn boring. Of course, I don’t think he has been to school but surely he must relate to the subject at hand.

  7. Presidential directive in everything surely even the Lazy president is on holiday….i wonder why our civil servants dont have fobs to check in and out of their office buildings.

  8. Who is the Best blogger of the Year ? NEZ, MUSHOTA, BUCK TEETH LUNGU,MR KUNDOS, JAY JAY, NOSTRADMUS, SKELETON, MUNTU WANDI AND THORNIN THE FLESH please update me . best wishes to all of you thanks.

    • I was leading with over 5000 votes and over 56 percent of votes. But because I support upnd they have failed to announce because their funder lungu will stop oiling their pockets

  9. Zambia for us all – When I read the first belt I was sure it was a mistake then I read the second one and I concluded he is opposition. Ukali!!!!

  10. The man is foolish where does he think some of them will stay especially in places like that swamp off Samfya which Sata created into a District?

  11. Is this story legitimate? I cannot subscribe to the contents because it has been poorly reported coupled with mispellings.

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