Construction of a secondary school in Luangeni Constituency has stalled for over a year.

The construction of a twenty-three million Kwacha secondary school in Luangeni Constituency has stalled for over a year now after the contractor left the site.
Constituency Member of Parliament, Charles Zulu confirmed to journalists that the construction works for the school started in 2009 and were expected to be completed after 63 months.
Mr. Zulu however, says that after the contractor, Marike Engineering, was paid a down payment, they abandoned the project without completing the works.
He says that the contractor carried out works up to ring beam level.
Mr. Zulu however, says that the contractor is expected to resume the works after soliciting help from a Chinese contractor to assist complete the project.

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