Vice president, Inonge Wina disappointed with poor hygiene at the Saturday market in Chipata.

Vice President, Inonge Wina has directed Chipata Municipal Council to remove stagnant water in drainages at Saturday Market.
Speaking when she toured the market this morning, Ms. Wina expressed concern with the lodged water stating that it was a health risk.
Meanwhile the vice president has urged Patriotic Front cadres to maintain peace during the June 30 parliamentary by-elections in Petauke Central and Malambo.
Ms. Wina says that she is impressed with the peaceful behavior of cadres of late and that it will make the PF return power in 2016.
She promised members of the ruling party that their problems will be addressed despite the party facing financial challenges following the death of President Michael Sata.
Ms. Wina was speaking last evening when she met PF party officials and cadres in Chipata.
And the Vice President urged the party officials and top government officers to ensure that they sensitize the people on the importance of obtaining national registration cards which will enable them vote in next year’s general elections.
And speaking earlier, PF Provincial Chairperson, Attany Mwamba asked the vice president to be considering youths from Eastern Province when giving jobs.
Mr. Mwamba observed that most youths from the province are left out when government starts appointing people to certain positions.
And Mr. Mwamba revealed that some cadres have been admitted to Chipata General Hospital after being involved in a road traffic accident while preparing to welcome the vice president.
Meanwhile MMD Provincial Youth Chairperson, Chembe Daka has ditched the former ruling party to join PF.
Mr. Daka was introduced to the vice president during the same meeting by Mr. Mwamba who stated that he had defected to the governing party.
And the vice president has arrived in Petauke district, where she is expected to hold a political rally, visit traditional leaders and inspect projects.

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