The construction of the one-million cubic liter water storage tanks worth millions of kwacha
in Mbala district of Northern Province has reached an advanced stage.

ZANIS reports that Mbala district commissioner Kederick Sikombe confirmed the development in an interview in Mbala District, today.

Mr. Sikombe said that the Badea water project is a great millstone for the district, adding that providing access to clean and safe water to citizens is government’s top priority.

He noted that government has initiated the project aimed at improving water supply and sanitation in the area..

The DC expressed happiness at the pace which the contractor is doing the works.

The  project is expected for completion early next year and once completed it  will contribute to improved health services and sanitation for the people of Mbala and surrounding outskirts.

And more boreholes are being sunk in the surrounding rural communities in the district.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Ku Mbala ukufuma ba mambala. Abena Dean Mungomba, Derrick Chitala, Mbala Mafia’s who rebelled from Chiluba’s MMD and formed ZADECO.

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  2. Atleast there is no retrogressive news of abandoning projects, I believe they are reformed and now in better standings than other national resources plunderers we are hearing of in other parts of the country abandoning developmental projects after being paid

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  3. Well done PF, developmental projects “across the board!” All regions of Zambia including Itezhi Tezhi and Namwala!

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  4. Fruits ripening now. I hope Chambeshi Water will be given reasonable tariff to be able to sustain operation and maintenance.

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