Black Mountain hijackers warned

FILE: ON-LOOKERS at the site after a rescue operation by a team of defence and service personnel at the Black Mountain in Kitwe recently. PICTURE: MATHEWS KABAMBA

VICE-PRESIDENT Inonge Wina has urged the Ministry of Mines and Minerals Development to ensure that big businessmen do not hijack the Black Mountain project.
And Mrs Wina has urged Copperbelt-based parliamentarians to interact more with people in their constituencies and educate them about procedures for accessing development funds.
Speaking at a press briefing held at Sherbourne Hotel in Kitwe yesterday, Mrs Wina said the Black Mountain is meant to empower youths by making them more productive and keeping them from vices.
“Big businessmen should not hijack the Black Mountain project to the detriment of our youths,” she said.

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