Rains leave a trail of destruction

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Chilubi Member of Parliament, Rosalia Fundanga has appealed to the Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit to move in and re-construct some schools damaged by heavy rains.

Mrs. Fundanga has appealed for support to ensure the school buildings are worked on before the start of the next term in 2018.

She told ZNBC News in Chilubi that there is need to have roofing sheets, so that works are done on the school.
Three weeks ago, heavy rains hit Chilubi Island, destroying property, ranging from schools to houses.

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  1. WASTED WATER- NO RESERVOIRS. NO PLANNERS, NO CONSERVATIONISTS IN ZAMBIA. WHAT A WASTE. WE NEED TO COLLECT AND MAKE THESE WATERS USEFUL ECONOMICALLY. JESUS!!

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  2. NOT ONLY TO RECONSTRUCT DAMAGED SCHOOL, BUT ALSO TO REDESIGN TOWNS THAT INCLUDE DRAINAGES THAT IN TURN LEAD TO GIGANTIC WATER DAMS. WHATS WRONG WITH ZAMBIA? FYONSE FYE MPAKA ABASUNGU BABE INVOLVED, JUSUS!

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    • @3 cyprian… @2 Peter Is NOT ukusabaila, that is why we HAVE LEADERS, ELECTED TO BRING TOGETHER AVAILABLE RESOURCES TO SOLVE PROBLEMS! Criticism or advice DOESN’T MEAN the person has to do what they are advising or wishing for but is a CALL TO ORDER FOR THOSE RESPONSIBLE TO ACT!! If a spectator of fun criticizes a footballer, it doesn’t mean they have to be called to the pitch to play!! The player and their coach should just listen and up the game! Sp PETER IS SPOT, GOVERNMENT SHOULD PULL UP ITS SOCKS !!

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