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Kaoma decides, but who will become council boss?

ELIZABETH CHATUVELA, Kaoma
EVERY single day, the people of Kaoma are faced with the puzzle of where to bury their loved ones, owing to the fact that the two existing burial sites in the area, Mulamatila and Mailo, are completely full.
The dilemma gets even worse when time to locate the resting place for their beloved comes, as the graves are not numbered.
Currently, residents are forced to bury their dead on the same day, and in many instances end up digging up blankets and bones as they try to find space to bury the dead.
With the coming of the Kaoma Town Council chairperson by-election set for October 10, residents want the new local authority boss to give this issue the serious attention it deserves.
The Kaoma seat fell vacant after Bindundu Mutti, who belonged to the United Party for National Development (UPND), resigned in July.http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/

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