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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Poor state of Lukupa-Mwamba road irks residents

Rural News Poor state of Lukupa-Mwamba road irks residents

Residents of Mwamba Village in Senior Chief Mamba’s area in Kasama District have bemoaned the poor state of Lukupa- Mwamba road.

One of the residents, James Mulenga a small scale farmer told ZANIS in an interview that the road is in a dilapidated state and needs urgent attention.

Mr Mulenga appealed to authorities to consider patching up the potholes that have developed on the stretch between Chafwa village and the Chief’s palace.

He observed that the area is of economic importance to the district because of its high agriculture production.

Mr Mulenga noted that the road is also important as it leads to Senior Chief Mamba’s palace hence the need to consider graveling it.

And Mervis Ngosa, of Chafwa village is appealing to government to consider rehabilitating the bridge on the Lukupa river along the same road.

Ms Ngosa noted that there is need to strengthen the bridge by putting supporting poles and concrete to avoid loss of lives.

She said the bridge has developed cracks posing a danger to motorists and other road users.

3 COMMENTS

  1. We hear your cries but please ask that do not be used by opposition to make this government look bad even when there has been development there. We cannot give everyone everything.

  2. What has happened to the pf campaign mantra ” vote for ruling party MP for you to see development”?

  3. KZ, you are a dimw!t! No area should be left out when developing a country! You have just confirmed how terrible your PF government is performing! What a plonker!

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