Chief Liteta warns subjects against illegal construction

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Chief Liteta warns subjects against illegal construction

 

Chisamba, February 17, 2014,  ZANIS –     Chief Liteta of the Lenje People of Chibombo and Chisamba Districts has warned his subjects against constructing structures within Kampekete Primary School premises.

 

And  Chisamba District Commissioner Ferdinand Chipindi says the school authorities will not demolish any structure built within the school premises by people.

 

 

 

Chief Liteta has further cautioned  his headmen against illegal allocation of plots on the pieces of land  he released to government for infrastructure development.

 

 

The Traditional ruler says the continued encroachment on the Kampekete Primary School land has potential to hinder infrastructure development at the learning institution.

 

 

Chief Liteta said this when he addressed over one hundred parents and guardians who had turned up for the Parents Teachers Association (PTA) meeting at Kampekete Primary School in Chisamba District over the weekend.

 

 

He said  despite the demand for land ,  encroachment on the land allocated for the school must not be tolerated.

 

 

He says it is was wise to utilize the God given land for the benefit of everyone in the chiefdom  for infrastructure development such as schools.

 

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Chief Liteta says this is because school infrastructure plays a major role in ensuring children’s easy access to education and subsequently the development of the entire community.

 

 

He  said any development comes with changes such as relocations adding that people should learn to make a little sacrifice for the sake of development.

 

 

And  Chisamba District Commissioner Ferdinand Chipindi says the school authorities will not demolish any structure built within the school premises by people.

 

 

Mr Chipindi however said the school authorities will instead secure the remaining land around the school.

 

 

He  has since instructed Director Works from Chisamba District Council to immediately survey and map the remaining land around the school.

 

 

Mr Chipindi also urged the PTA to consider constructing a wall fence as another way of securing the school plot from further encroachment.

 

 

He said if nothing is done to curb the encroachment, people will continue to occupy the land.

 

Mr Chipindi said once people completely occupy the remaining land, it will be difficult for the institution to benefit from the infrastructure development that the PF government is undertaking at various schools countrywide.

 

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