POLICE IN LIVINGSTONE RECOVERS VARIOUS ITEMS INCLUDING A FRONT END LOADER FROM KAZUNGULA BRIDGE PROJECT

Written by on August 23, 2020

Police in Livingstone have recovered various items including a Front End Loader over four hundred million that was stolen from Kazungula Bridge project.
Livingstone District Criminals Investigations Officer (DCIO) Noble Mulenga said police made recoveries of assorted items in Dambwa central stolen from various parts of the city.

Mr Mulenga said a group of youths has been arrested and is behind the outbreak of burglary and house breaking that the city has been experiencing.

He said this recently when the inspector of general of police Kakoma Kanganja visited the Livingstone central police to see the recovered items.

He has since advised members of the public to visit the police station and identify their stolen items among the recoveries.

And inspector General of police Kakoma Kanganja appealed to members of the public to always secure their homes to avert homes from burglary and theft.

He has since commended the police in Livingstone and called on other police stations to emulate what police in Livingstone is doing.
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ZUPED HAPPY WITH GOVERNMENT’S RELEASE OF CDF AS BUDGETED FOR IN THE 2020 NATIONAL BUDGET

The Zambians for Unity Peace and Development (ZUPED) has expressed excitement by Government’s release of the total allocated Constituency Development Fund (CDF) as budgeted for in the 2020 national budget.

ZUPED President Mary Ngoma said a total of 249, 600,000 kwacha has been released to be disbursed in all the 156 constituencies doted around the country.

Ms Ngoma said the release of the funds is a clear demonstration of government’s commitment towards service delivery and infrastructure development.

She has since called on the CDF committees, councillors and members of parliament to ensure that the funds are used for the intended purpose.

She said her organisation realises that in some constituencies the funds have been misapplied and some diverted towards non-essential projects and individual agendas adding that the distribution of the funds must never be politicised and implored all stakeholders involved to put aside their political differences and unite for a common goal of developing their respective constituencies.

Ms Ngoma further appealed to the local authorities to ensure that all CDF projects that had stalled be prioritised and completed before the end of the year.


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