Zambia Revenue Authority Assures Chirundu Residents over Burst septic tank


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Lillian Chikandi writes


Zambia Revenue Authority in Chirundu district has assured residents of Apollo compound in Chirundu central ward, that it will address the burst septic tank outside ZRA yard.

Confirming the development today, Chirundu town council secretary Mr John Mwanza together with the area councilor Mr Chrispin Malesu notified ZRA assistant commissioner Chama Chikumbi  who later promised that the situation will be addressed very soon.

Meanwhile, there has been numerous calls from residents for ZRA to address the status of the septic were recorded recently. And while speaking in the full council meeting last month  ZRA’s project manager David Zimba apologized for the sewer spillage in Apollo compound and promised that the authority’s cooperation in ensuring the situation is kept in check.


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