By Mary Kachepa

Vice President MUTALE NALUMANGO has called on traditional leaders to sensitise beneficiaries under the Farmer Input Support Programme – FISP- not to share their inputs.

Mrs. NALUMANGO says beneficiaries, who share inputs under FISP defeat the purpose of the programme which is to help them grow and be weaned off government support.

The Vice President was speaking when she called on Senior Chief SIKUFELE of Manyinga District in Northwestern Province today.

Meanwhile, Mrs. NALUMANGO said she is happy that the contractor working on the Manyinga -Mwinilunga Road is on site.

She said about 100 kilometers has been rehabilitated.

Mrs. NALUMANGO further informed the traditional leader that funds for the construction of a police station in the area have already been released.

Meanwhile, Senior Chief SIKUFELE said he will continue to encourage his subjects to engage in agriculture and ensure that they have enough food for consumption.

Chief SIKUFELE thanked government for the many developmental projects in his area such as small scale mining activities.

He further thanked government for paying retirees and recruiting civil servants such as teachers and nurses.

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