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Government releases K10 million towards Choma Provincial Studios

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Government has released 10 million kwacha to the Ministry of Information and Media to resume works at the stalled Choma Provincial Television Studio.

Information and Media Minister Chushi Kasanda announced this in Choma yesterday when she toured the stalled project.

She has reiterated President Hakainde Hichilema’s call of working on all projects that are of benefit to the general public.

Ms Kasanda has disclosed that equipment for the two Provincial studios was already acquired and it is stored in Lusaka adding that once construction is done, the machines will be brought to Choma.

She however commended the provincial administration for allocating two offices to Zambia News and Information Services (ZANIS) to use as an improvised studio.

The Minister is in Southern Province flanked by her Permanent Secretary Kennedy Kalunga, ZNBC Director General Bright Nkaka, ZANIS Director Loyce Saili and other Directors in the Ministry of Information and Media.

6 COMMENTS

    • Please ignore this UK based Impostor…its always trolling now real KZ in Lusaka is silent its scratching the bottom of the barrel for material.

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    • Why are you obsessed with me? Yes I am in Lusaka moving freely while you live a life of restriction there with your slave masters.

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  1. This Chushi Kasanda is another one who is happy to call herself Govt Spokesperson but can not host a media briefing because she is usesless and ill-qualfied instead they give her crumbs like this to announce. The UPND is just shooting itself in the foot having such empty suits in such positions.

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