Siavonga DC official vehicle back on the road


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GOVERNMENT has finally repaired the official vehicle for Siavonga District commissioner Lovemore Kanyama which was extensively damaged in a road traffic accident last year.

A check at the Civic Centre by The Sun, found the vehicle parked and when contacted for a comment on how felt about Government’s gesture to repair his official vehicle, Mr. Kanyama expressed gratitude.

Mr. Kanyama was involved in an accident on September, 12, 2018, while driving himself on Livingstone/Lusaka Road near Kayuni area in Monze Southern Province.

Recently Mr Kanyama was in the news when he wrote to provincial Permanent Secretary’s office notifying him that he would resort to using the fire tender belonging for his official duties.

But some residents in warned him that they were going to carry out a citizen arrest on him if went ahead with his plan.

Mr. Kanyama has been without transport for his official duties for the past 5 months, forcing him to seek favours from other Government departments and sometimes used his old mini bus to drive to work.


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