Tuesday, 26 July 2016
CHIEF MIBENGE, CHISUNKA HAIL GOVERNMENT
By MacPherson Mukuka *in Mansa*
Two Traditional Leaders in Mansa District of Luapula Province have hailed government for the massive development it has taken to the area.
Chief MIBENGE says the PF government under the leadership of President EDGAR LUNGU has not left any stone unturned in developing Mansa rural.
He says Mansa and Luapula Province as a whole has seen greater development under the PF Government.
Chief MIBENGE cited the construction of the health facilities and roads as some of the developments the PF Government has take to the area.
The Traditional leader has further thanked Government for not taking sides in developing the country.
Meanwhile, Chief MIBENGE has praised President EDGAR LUNGU for leading the nation in a Christian manner.
And Chief CHISUNKA has thanked Government for recognising Chiefs as partners in development.
He says a regular visit to traditional leaders’ palaces by President LUNGU is an indication that the PF government respects the role Chiefs play in national development.
Chief CHISUNKA has also thanked President EDGAR LUNGU for the respect he has accorded to Chiefs through the increment of allowances.
The dual was speaking when PF Bahati parliamentary candidate HARRY KALABA and PF Mansa mayoral candidate EMMANUEL CHUNGU paid a courtesy call of them.
Meanwhile Mr. Kalaba has thanked the traditional leaders for support they give government.
He's says Traditional leaders are beacons of wisdom in the country.
Mr. Kalaba says the Government cannot operate effectively without the consultation of chiefs who are the custodians of the people.
He says government recognises the role chiefs play in national development adding that government is always eager to work with chiefs.
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