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TUTWA HANDS OVER CDF PROJECTS

By KETRA KALUNGA

Kabwe Central Constituency Development Fund (CDF) Projects have been handed over to the community.

The projects include two police posts in Katondo and Makandanya area, a maternity wig at Nakoli clinic and a 1 x 2 modern classroom block at Gombe secondary school.

Outgoing area Member of Parliament (MP), Tutwa Ngulube assured that the Patriotic Front (PF) would continue to implement various projects to uplift the welfare of the people once voted back in power.

Mr. Ngulube said the PF through President Edgar Lungu has demonstrated its commitment to improve the wellbeing of Zambians and would continue to make it a priority for the people if it was given another mandate to govern the country.

The readopted candidate for Kabwe Central constituency said he would engage the local authority to ensure that some of the projects which have partially been commissioned are completed on time.

“We have partially commissioned some of the projects because time has ran out and we are getting into the election campaigns but I will make sure that the council completes them,” he said.

And Central province police commissioner, Chola Katanga said the police post would help curb crime in the area.

Mr. Katanga who was represented by Kasanda police station officer in charge, Steven Mwamba commended the government for the massive infrastructure development in the police service and other sectors of the economy.

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