Governments directs workers to move to Nalolo Administration centre
Nalolo, June 26 TH , 2014, ZANIS —- Government has advised its public service workers who are still operating in Muoyo Royal Village to move to the District Administrative centre.
Western province Permanent Secretary Augustine Seyuba says civil servants need to go to the Administrative centre to start providing their various services to the general public.
Mr. Seyuba said Nalolo District will lag behind in terms of development if civil servants continued to operate from Muoyo royal village.
The Permanent Secretary was speaking in Muoyo when he addressed Nalolo District civil servants.
And speaking on behalf of the civil servants, Nalolo district livestock and Fisheries Coordinator Martin Situmbeko said civil servants ‘s basic requirements needed to be addressed in the area.
Mr. Situmbeko said requirements such as housing, water and power have to be put in place for civil servants to deliver the required services.
And giving a vote of thanks, Nalolo District Education Board Secretary (DEBS) Mukata Muyangwa said civil servants in the area were devoted to serving government of the day.
Mr. Muyangwa said it was for this reason that the workers in th3e area will take development to the area by moving to the administrative centre once all necessary requirements are met.
Last year, the Republican President Michael Sata declared Nalolo together with twenty nine other areas across the country as districts.