Lusaka’s aspiring Mayoral candidate Miles Sampa has pledged to remove all historical undesignated garbage dumps in Lusaka in the first hundred days of being elected.
Mr. Sampa who said this at a press briefing held at his residence in Lusaka’s kabulonga Township today, noted that he will clear Lusaka of garbage dumps that had sprang up in undesignated areas of the city.
He said that he will improve the revenue base of the council by sealing all revenue leakages.
Mr. Sampa affirmed that this move, will make the council more financially viable to handle various challenge faced by the council.
The Mayoral Candidate also stated that he will update the data base on bill boards in the city to see to it that all stakeholders pay their bill board levies.
He observed that there are a number of bill boards in that city that can generate more revenue if paid for.
Mr. Sampa said that in the first hundred days of being elected mayor, he will amongst other things commence the issuing of title deeds for former council houses.
He also pledged to ensure that markets and bus stations are organized into a more orderly manner.
Mr. Sampa further pledged to commence feasibility studies on the creation of a train system in Lusaka
“I will also commence the planting of trees in Lusaka to make it green clean and health as per government policy,” Mr. Sampa said.
Mr. Sampa has further pledged numerous infrastructure development in the city that include works on roads, drainage systems, upgrading of compounds and provision of all basic services.
He also stated that he will empower the Council Police to help bring sanity in various compounds in the city