Zambia’s US rehabs done


GOVERNMENT has completed the rehabilitation of its properties in the United States of America (USA) at a cost of US$1.5 million.
Speaking after inspecting the Zambian ambassador’s residence here, Minister of Finance Alexander Chikwanda said the development will save the country millions of foreign exchange.
This is the first time that the properties are being rehabilitated since Government purchased them in the 1960s.
This is according to a statement issued yesterday by first secretary of press and public relations at the Zambian mission in Washington Patricia Littiya.
“The official residence was renovated at a cost of US$1,334,000 while a second property was rehabilitated at US$221,654.51,” Ms Littiya said.

Facebook Feed

ePaper App

Follow Us on Twitter