WE WRITE to register our displeasure with the National Pensions Scheme Authority (NAPSA) because they have not adequately dealt with the water challenges at the Mosi-oa- Tunya House building arguably the tallest building in the Livingstone central business district.
It has been close to three weeks now and the tenants don’t have running water, while the toilets in the old wing of the building have been shut as a consequence, putting the lives of hundreds of tenants and their clients at great risk of diseases.
Tenants have been compelled to queue for one toilet on the ground floor of the new wing which is seldom cleaned.
NAPSA under the able stewardship of Director General Mr Yollard Kachinda is a revered institution and everyone expects nothing but good services from the pension managers.
But the situation at Mosi-oa-tunya Building leaves much to be desired.
It is evident that someone or indeed some people are not doing their job as this is a crisis that needs urgent attention.