Mansa court seeks help to resolve challenges

CHIMESE Local Court in Mansa is appealing for assistance in form of a computer, bicycles and motorbikes to resolve its operational challenges.
And Bahati member of Parliament Harry Kalaba has pledged a computer, printer and five bicycles to the local court.
Clerk in-charge of the local court Joseph Mwenya said the local community has been making efforts to ease operational challenges of the court as they managed to electrify the facility in 2013.
“Chimese Local Court was built some years back with no electricity connected to the building. But in 2013, we managed to electrify the court building using the local contribution of 40 percent retention from the same court.” Mr Mwenya said.
Mr Mwenya said this when Mr Kalaba held a meeting with people of Chimese community in Mansa on Monday.
He said the court lacks transport to enable messengers deliver summons and execute warrants in far places, adding that provisions of bicycles and motorbikes would leverage their operations greatly.
Mr Mwenya appealed to the area MP to take up the matter and facilitate for assistance to come to the court.
“Since the court now has electricity, we would like your humble office to donate a computer and printer to enable us keep court documents well,” Said Mr Mwenya.
And Mr Kalaba said he was making the donation to help ease some of the challenges highlighted by the court administration. He said he will be making the donation to the court next month-end.

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