Friday, April 19, 2024

Government calls for Patience, Stalled infrastructure development in Northern Province will resume


Road Works in Kasama

Government has urged the people of Northern Province not to despair about the stalled infrastructure development as works will soon resume on all projects.

Northern Province Minister Brian Mundubile made the assurance on a live programme on Radio Mano Community station yesterday.

ZANIS reports that the minister saids this in reaction to Kasama residents’ concerns on the stalled works at the civic centre and bus station in the District.

Mr. Mundubile added that Ministry of Finance will this month release K2million to Kasama Municipal Council towards the completion of the civic centre.

Another K400-thousand owed to a Kitwe-based contractor Chimwenda Investment Limited will also be released so that the remaining works on the bus station can be completed, he said.

Mr. Mundubile further said President Edgar Lungu and his administration is fully committed to taking development to all parts of the country.

Concerned residents are wary of the delay in the completion both the civic centre and the bus terminus which started in 2013 and 2014 respectively.


  1. Terrible: I agree with you some of these characters just comment without researching on what is happening in the entire country with regards to infrastructure development. No country and I repeat no country does not have the so called Kaloba. Somehow somewhere every country owes some one. Management of the Kaloba is the key and not obtaining Kaloba. I was in a mall this morning in some country and I noticed a local Ministry Official wearing a T-Shirt branded with an EU barge. I said yjo this country also gets EU support

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