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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

SWAAZ commends President Lungu for inspecting developmental projects

General News SWAAZ commends President Lungu for inspecting developmental projects

President Edgar Lungu inspecting the drianage on the newly built road going to palace on his arrival at Kakoma Place in Chibomba district of Central Province during his two days working Visit

Society for Women and Aids in Zambia (SWAAZ) has commended President Edgar Lungu for inspecting several developmental projects in Muchinga Province that have stalled.

SWAAZ Muchinga Provincial Coordinator, Brian Kaluba said President Lungu’s move to revamp the stalled projects is worth praising.

Mr. Kaluba cited some of the projects that had stalled in Isoka district of Muchinga province such as Michael Chilufya Sata Girls Secondary School in Isoka district.

He said other projects that have stalled include seven health posts and Sansamwenje – Kanyala road projects among others.

This is contained in a press release availed to ZANIS in Isoka today.

And when contacted for a comment over the health posts, Isoka Member of Parliament , Malozo Sichone who is also Muchinga Provincial Minister said funds for construction of the Health posts have been sourced.

Mr. Sichone said construction works are likely to commence by March this year.

And commenting over the other projects that have stalled in his constituency and the province at large, the Minister said President Lungu has put up new strategies to fund the projects and ensure that they are completed.

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  2. Every end of school term I used to sit my kids down to review their school reports. I wonder why none of them said thank you each time I did this. Ungrateful kids?

  3. Very lazy indeed before they used to get involved maybe pick up a shovel now they just go to look. This organization needs to be informed that these politicians are building themselves fabulous mansions while they are constructing cheap infrastructure which doesn’t last

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