Monday, May 20, 2024

Lusaka water and Zambian breweries partner to boost water supply in George compound

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Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company (LWSC) and Zambia Breweries (ZB) have signed a 150,000 United States Dollars Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at improving water supply to George compound in Lusaka.

LWSC Managing Director Jonathan Kampata says it is the desire of the company to ensure 24 hour water supply to all parts of Lusaka including George compound.

Mr.Kampata adds that the company has also enhanced the water quality surveillance across the city to ensure that the commodity is safe for drinking.

ZANIS reports that Mr Kampata was speaking at a media briefing held at LWSC headquarters in Lusaka yesterday.

Mr. Kampata further said the company has also installed three generators to guarantee constant supply of water even when there is no power in the area.

He has since called upon other corporate firms to emulate the good work that ZB is doing in improving the welfare of the communities.

And Zambia Breweries Country Director, Jose Moran, has expressed happiness that his company and the LWSC have partnered to improve water reticulation in George compound.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Please, Hourable Lusambo help us also with water in Ndola, we have been struggling, we can’t even finish building our houses because we are buying water from bole holes in drums and pushing for half a kilometer to our plots. The area from Commando road pushing back between the mountain and kansengu all the way to Ka loko has no water, and yet kafubu is just on the other side of the mountain. You are action oriented Hon Lusambo that we know, help us as our area Mp.

  2. Where does LWSC take all its money to? Just two vehicles from the Director’s parking bay can foot that bill…am sure if they were doing it on their own that bill would have been $1.5 million so the cadres on the board get some money in their pocket!!

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