President Edgar Lungu has sent a message of condolences to the Catholic Church on the death of six members of a choir following a tragic road accident on the Kitwe-Chingola road on Monday.
President Lungu has also sent a message of condolences to the family of Patriotic Front member Petronella Bowa who also died on Monday after an illness.
He asked the Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) and the Police to frequently check on the roads to clear broken down vehicles that pose a danger to motorists.
“It is sad that people perished because a truck was left on the road for a long time. RTSA and Police must develop a culture of clearing roads of vehicles that have broken down,” said President Lungu and further wished the injured a quick recovery.
On Ms Bowa, President Lungu said she was a dedicated member of the Patriotic Front who would be missed by the entire party.
In other news – First Lady graces Kitwe Teaching Hospital open day – Residents receive free medical services
First Lady Esther Lungu has commended management at Kitwe Teaching Hospital for holding an open day that afforded residents an opportunity to receive various health services for free.
Speaking when she graced the Open Day, the First Lady said the move demonstrates the government’s resolve to deliver quality health care services to the people. continue reading
Source: Zambia Reports