Food for school feeding programme destroyed in Mwinilunga

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A 1×3 classroom block at Musangila Basic School in Chief Kanongesha’s area of Mwinilunga District in North Western province has been blown off by heavy storm.

Musangila Basic School Head Teacher Jonathan Manjomba who confirmed the development in an interview with ZANIS in Mwinilunga today, said the incident happened last week and left a trail of destruction to the school infrastructure and property.

He said 80 iron sheets including 60 grade one reading books, some desks, three bags of curl-peas and 6×50 kilogram bags of maize meant for the school feeding program have been destroyed.

Mr Manjomba said the development will pose a big challenge to the pupils as schools open next week adding that only three classrooms have been left to cater for over 500 pupils from grade one to Nine.

He has since appealed to government through the Disaster Management And Mitigation Unity (DMMU)to quickly come to the aid of the learning institution.

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  1. UPND should help as they beat us in 2016 vote allocation from NW province, just look at some names ati MANJOMBA …CANT A ROOF BE BLOWN WITH SUCH NAMES BEING HEADMASTERS SURE

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    • If Tax collected in UPND areas was spent on UPND areas, your PF00Ls would cry foul.

      But PF Govt collects huge taxes from Lumwana, Kansanshi, Kalumbila, Chirundu, Livingstone & uses the money to build infrastructure in Muchinga, kaputa, Lundazi & other lazy, non-productive areas whilst Solwezi-Chingola Road is a Hell-Run.

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    • Anyoko wa nyoko. You are proof that Zambia has dead wood masquerading as citizens, just like your Koswes who have bread cholera. As for you, the cholera is in the head.

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  2. Anyoko……are you for real, pf is in power so they are responsible, what a strange logic you have, zambia has no future with thinking like yours. One zambia one nation, zambia a Christian nation.
    Just hollow words.you are a very sad individual

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  3. I don’t see what politics have t do with this. Disasters like this happening even in the most development countries and it’s governments duty to relieve the affected people regardless of which political party runs that region.

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