Chama road worries PS

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MUCHINGA Province permanent secretary Bright Nundwe has bemoaned the poor state of the Chama road which he says is constraining him from carrying out his duties effectively.
MUCHINGA Province permanent secretary Bright Nundwe has bemoaned the poor state of the Chama road which he says is constraining him from carrying out his duties effectively.
Mr Nundwe said in an interview yesterday that the road is in a deplorable state and it is not possible for vehicles to reach Chama.
He said this has made it difficult for him to visit projects in Chama as well as civil servants in the newly created district.
“Since I came, I have not been to Chama district due to the bad state of the road. I need to visit the area so that I can see how the civil servants are working as well as visit government projects,” Mr Nundwe said.
He said China Civil Engineering has been engaged to work on the road but they are moving at a slow pace.
Mr Nundwe said he will, however, find means of getting to Chama district even if it means going through the Lusaka route.
The permanent secretary has since appealed to the contractor to speed up the works.
And Mr Nundwe has invited the Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry to explore the province and set up industries there.
“This place has the potential to grow, but it needs a lot of investment,” he said.

SOURCE NANCY SIAME-ZambiaDailyMail

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