Senior Chief Chiwala of the Lamba speaking people in Masaiti district of the Copperbelt says he will not ask government again about the poor state of roads in his chiefdom.
The traditional leader said enough is enough as he has complained a lot.
He said he fears what will happen and how his people will be moving with the coming of the rain season.
Senior Chief Chiwala said despite having been assured that roads will be worked on, nothing is coming forth.
“I think we have talked enough. I have complained enough. The roads are in a bad state. And the rains are almost here, so am wondering how our people will be moving.”
“Look, we only been given stretch of from Ndola-Kabwe road junction to somewhere at Chiwala Secondary School. Now what of the first of the areas? How will people move? We have asked RDA but nothing is coming,” the traditional leader said.
He said for now, there is no hope of any roads because the rains are starting in a few weeks.
Senior Chief Chiwala said he hopes that the government will take his concerns of poor roads.