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3 Muchinga school works advance

VICE-PRESIDENT Inonge Wina (left) talking to Zambia-China Construction Company project manager Yuan Helin (right) when she visited a boarding secondary school under construction in Chief Mumbi’s area in Petauke yesterday. Looking on is Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone. PICTURE: STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

CHRISTINE CHIHAME, Kitwe
WORKS on the construction of three secondary schools in Isoka district in Muchinga Province at a cost of K4.2 million are progressing well.
Former Isoka member of Parliament (MP) Malozo Sichone said in an interview yesterday that the construction of the secondary schools is aimed at making quality education accessible to the residents.
Mr Sichone, who is also Eastern Province Minister, named the schools under construction as Kampumbu, Nsansamwenje and Kapililonga secondary schools.
He said Government has allocated K1.4 million towards the construction of each school and that the works are being done by China Jiangxi.
“I am happy to say that works on the construction of three secondary schools in Isoka have advanced http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/

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