Munali houses being demolished

Lusaka City Council and state police in the early hours of Thursday demolished illegal structures and evicted some retirees who have been residing in Munali secondary school teachers compound.

This follows the expiry of a 14 days eviction notice issued to them.

Among the structures brought down are boarding houses.

A ZNBC news crew that visited the institution found household goods outside with some students stranded.

Meanwhile Lusaka City council Public Relations Manager George Sichimba said enough enforcement notices were issued and that some teachers complied and demolished illegal extensions on their own.

[ZNBC]

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  1. PF led GRZ should have paid retirees their dues first before subjecting them to this inhuman treatment.

    God bless Zambia.

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    • You mean Secondary School teacher compound put up private houses to accommodate students?
      Something is [email protected] up in PF Governance, seriously why the council and Zesco allowed that??
      Good job Miles Sampa, go do same in State House compound.

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    • Do not be cheated some of these teachers retired 20years ago. They got all their dues but they cheat themselves that government will one day sell them the houses. Most teacher’s compounds throughout Lusaka are occupied by retirees or their relatives.

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    • All these teachers got their repatriation allowances. They had no justification to continue living there.

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  2. You go and demolish houses for people whose money you are withholding and then come 2021 parade an ***** on its knees asking these very citizen for their vote? Notices where issued but did anyone check the status of the retirement benefits which today they would have used to find alternative accommodation as clearly, some families have been made homeless with no immediate solution and let alone income.

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  3. Do not be cheated some of these teachers retired 20years ago. They got all their dues but they cheat themselves that government will one day sell them the houses. Most teacher’s compounds throughout Lusaka are occupied by retirees or their relatives.

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  4. Its UPND thugs? Ask Dishonourable Gary, he probably has some sweet story to tell about this. Remember this is the Dishonourable who thinks that we tongas in Monze are eating maize bran which was given as relief food for our cattle and pigs.

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  5. Comment:whether they retired in MMD time still there houses shouldn’t have been demolished, sometimes what surprise me is that councils, counsellors and Government officials they see and wait for someone to finish building and then demolish, why can’t they demolish before accomplishing??????????

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