Sunday, April 14, 2024

Contractors congratulate President-elect


The National Association for Medium and Small-scale Contractors(NAMSC) in Eastern Province has congratulated President-elect Hakainde Hichilema for having emerged winner in the just ended August 12, 2021 general elections.

The Association has congratulated President-elect Mr Hichilema and resolved to work with his administration on its development agenda.

Association Chairperson Patrick Chalwe urged the contractors to believe in the new administration and also apply themselves effectively in executing and completing their projects.

Mr Chalwe has appealed to President elect Mr Hichilema to quickly expedite ways into which contractors can be paid their money that they are being owed.

“Zambia needs all of us to develop, if the contractors are paid the money they are owed, they will go on site and complete their projects,” he said.

Mr Chalwe further urged the contractors and people of Eastern Province to rally behind Mr Hichilema and his administration if the region is to develop.


  1. We also say thank you to the Jehovah’s Witnesses for coming out big numbers to cast your vote. Your votes made a big contribution to the success success of our democracy….showing you are true Zambians dedicated to the growth of better life for all zambians.

  2. This is very disappointing and embarrassing by the outgoing ECL administration. If you don’t pay people don’t expect them to work. We hope and I have so much confidence in the HH administration to deal with such nonsense ruthlessly. You can’t run an economy of the size of Zambia thinking you are running a Kantemba…

  3. Let’s not just Rally behind all the time. No more boot licking please. Let’s give him ideas too. If he has ears, then that’s good for the country.

  4. While the new government has forgiven, it should never forget. People who acted with impunity such as KZ with their weapon wielding smallness should be brought to book for all the ills they committed against Zambians.

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