Workers at Ikulile Initiative Enterprise in Chipata have taken to task their management over unpaid salaries since January this year.
The workers have further revealed that the company has an outstanding debt of about 109,000 Kwacha in salaries, office and mission rentals.
This is contained in a long letter addressed to Ikulile Initiative Enterprise Chief Executive Officer, Abraham Hezborn Chintu.
The workers who have opted to remain anonymous have further asked Mr. Chintu why the company has not been making contributions to NAPSA and Workers Compensation Board since they were employed.
Last month people that deposited their money with Ikulile Initiative Enterprise stormed the provincial administration after failing to get building materials on several occasions.
Ikulile Initiative Enterprise, which started operations in Chipata last year, introduced a scheme where people could deposit money under the agreement that the company provides building materials and technical advice in construction works.
And efforts by Breeze News to get a comment from Ikulile Initiative Enterprise CEO Abraham Hezborn Chintu proved futile by News time.