Kawambwa Town Council Chairperson Kalumba Chifumbe has called on all stakeholders to partner with the Local Authority if the district has to attain its developmental objectives in 2024.

He says 2024 calls for all well meaning stakeholders regardless of their political affiliations to put their differences aside and focus on raising the bar of development in Kawambwa district.

Mr. Chifumbe has stated that the Local Authority scored in most areas in 2023 in terms of service delivery as can be seen by the number of projects under the Constituency Development Fund (CDF)that have been completed in the 2 Constituencies and ready for handovers.

He says the Local Authority remains committed to completing the procuring and distribution of all the budgeted desks as per directive by the Republican President Mr. Hakainde Hichilema of not having any learner sitting on the floor.

The Council Chairperson notes that 2024 is earmarked for serious implementation of projects in the district, hence the need for all stakeholders to join the bandwagon and be part of the development bearers in the district as well as improving the livelihoods of the people.

Mr. Chifumbe adds that the Earth Moving Machines that were procured through the 2022 CDF will soon be delivered to the district, further stating that working on the roads in the district will commence in March, 2024.

He has further commended management of Kawambwa Town Council for the commitment and dedication in serving the people of Kawambwa in 2023, further urging them to work extra hard in 2024 as there was alot of work to be done with the coming of decentralization.

Meanwhile, the Civic leader has kicked off 2024 by presenting baby hampers to the New Year born babies at Kawambwa District Hospital and Ntulo Mini Hospital of Kawambwa Central Constituency.

The Council Chairperson who was accompanied by Ng’ona Ward Councilor Mr. Daniel Mulenga, interacted with the joyous mother’s at the two facilities and wished them well.

Kawambwa District Hospital had recorded a total of 6 babies by the time of the Council Chairperson’s visit, out of which 3 were female and the other 3 were male. Ntulo Mini Hospital had recorded 1 female at the time of the visit, bringing the total of New Year born babies in Kawambwa Central Constituency to seven (07).

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