New secondary school to open in Luwingu

LUWINGU district  in Northern Province is scheduled to have two secondary schools following the completion of Lupososhi High School at a cost of over K33 million.
District commissioner Patrick Chanda said in an interview that Lupososhi High School is slated for official opening on the 10th of this month.
“Luwingu district has one of the best New Year presents this year. Luposohi High School, which was funded by the government, is now completed and will be fully operational by January 10, 2016,’’ Mr Chanda said.
The district has Luwingu Secondary School only, which is also a boarding school and several basic schools.
Mr Chanda said there are several other projects that are being undertaken in the district, including the replacement of roofs and painting at Washeni Primary School in Lupososhi Constituency.
He said the Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) has spent a total sum of K180,000 to carry out the repairs at the school.
And the district is slated to have a community radio station to be called Lwansase and that the project will be funded by Irish Aid.
“Eighty percent of the works have already been completed and we are just waiting to receive the equipment for transmission,’’ Mr Chanda said.
He said the radio station, which has so far cost K750, 000, is in Lubansenshi Constituency.
Other projects that have so far been implemented in the district include the construction of a block of three classrooms, one staff house and a VIP latrine at Chanika Primary School at a cost of K420,000.
“The entire project at Chanika Primary School has been funded by the government of the Republic of Zambia,’’ he said.
Mr Chanda said the Ministry of General Education has also funded the expansion of Fisonge Primary School in Lubansenshi Constituency at a cost of K180,000.

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