Fisheries and Livestock Minister, Nkandu Luo
Fisheries and Livestock Minister, Nkandu Luo

Fisheries and Livestock Minister, Nkandu Luo has challenged professionals in her ministry to fully utilise their skills to resolve problems affecting the fisheries and livestock sector.

Professor Luo says it is a shame that problems affecting fisheries and livestock development remain unresolved when her ministry has qualified staff such as doctors at all its district and provincial offices.

She has called on staff to be innovative and add value to the Fisheries and Livestock sector by providing solutions such as livestock production, disease control and marketing.

Speaking when she toured Mwase Livestock breeding centre in Lundazi, Professor Luo wondered why the facility at Mwase should be called a breeding center when her staff are not breeding the necessary numbers of improved breeds.

Mwase breeding Center has only managed to produce one hundred and five improved cattle breeds from the 42-breeding stock and sold 21 to the farmers.

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  1. Professionals whom you have ignored and rejected in your government in preference of your uneducated caders. Come on be serious

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  2. Nkandu Luo doesn’t do what she says, she spends most of her time fighting the same professionals. Did she ask about the challenges they’re facing? She lacks wisdom

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  3. Tantamount to saying use your shoes wisely whilst walking down a rain soaked street! What useful purpose does this statement prove? If one is professional in the first place then conduct is a NO BRAINER!

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  4. Ala, I thought this baboon died last year so she is still among the living ka? Just look at her face and those sausage like arms, surely, she lends much credence to the belief that people are descended from apes. Anyway, with her you never know because those baboons and monkeys of kwaNabwalya they keep on cannibalizing could also be a contributor to their baboon aesthetic facial features.

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