CHAMBO NG’UNI, Kabwe
SOUTHERN Africa Alcohol Policy Alliance (SAAPA) Zambia is disappointed with the slow pace in implementing President Lungu’s directive to ensure effective management of the production and sale of alcohol in the country.
During his address in March to the National Assembly, President Lungu condemned the continued sale of alcoholic beverages in bus stations, markets and other public places.
President Lungu directed the Ministries for National Guidance and Religious Affairs, Health,Education,Community Development and Social Welfare,Tourism and Arts, Local Government and Commerce,Trade and Industry to coordinate their actions and ensure effective management of the production and sale of alcohol.
SAAPA spokesperson Jonas Ngulube said yesterday during at a media, alcohol and development forum that a presidential directive is very serious and should be treated as a matter of…http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/