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Govt commended for electrifying school

MACKSON WASAMUNU, Mansa
NTOPOSHI Primary School manager Bernard Changwe has thanked Government for electrifying the school 75 years after it was constructed.
An elated Mr Changwe said the teachers will now be able to teach Information and Communication Technology (ICT) subjects properly.
The school manager was speaking after Minister of Foreign Affairs Harry Kalaba, who is area member of Parliament, commissioned the electrification of three schools in Bahati Constituency, Mansa, on Saturday.
And Kaole Primary School manager John Chanda, whose school was built in 1949 and was without electricity until last Saturday, commended Mr Kalaba for his personal involvement in all developmental projects at the school.
Mr Kalaba used personal resources to provide for the wiring projects of three schools to supplement the community development fund that was allocated towards the electrification of the schools.
Over K30,000 was spent on wiring each of the three schools to facilitate the electrification.
The minister urged the people to rally behind President Lungu as well as himself if they are to enjoy more developmental projects.
Mr Kalaba also told the people of Mansa that Government was committed to developing their area though the implementation of projects would be a gradual process.
He said Government was aware of inadequate learning space in most of the schools and with time, Ntoposhi, Kaole and Kapanda primary schools will be extended.






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