Kalaba to give Kaole, Kapanda hammer mill, clinic

BAHATI member of Parliament Harry Kalaba (left) and Chofoshi Primary School headteacher Alex Mulenga (centre) check on the rehabilitation works at the school. The minister is rehabilitating a 1x2 classroom block housing his former classroom. PICTURE: MACKSON WASAMUNU

BAHATI member of Parliament (MP) Harry Kalaba has pledged to acquire a hammer mill for the people of Kaole and Kapanda within the next three weeks.
Mr Kalaba has since asked community leaders to immediately identify and secure a shelter that will house the hammer mill, which will be run by the women’s club.
Earlier, Mr Kalaba asked the people from the two communities to start moulding blocks for the construction of a clinic in the area.
Addressing a meeting attended by members of the community in the two wards, the MP also donated K800 towards the purchase of cement needed to plaster and do the floor at Kapanda Catholic Church.
Mr Kalaba reminded the people that Bahati is a big constituency with a lot of needs, therefore, they needed to unite and rally with him so that they could develop the area in line with the PF manifesto.
And acting Mansa district commissioner Evans Sikabbubba advised the women of Kaole and Kapanda wards to speed up the process of forming community development clubs.
Speaking when he received the minister, Mr Sikabbubba urged the people in the area to unite and get organised in order to get the necessary support.
Mr Kalaba is in his constituency to check on developmental projects, and also to meet community and traditional leaders in an effort to identify their needs and challenges.

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