And Malanji who was flanked by Kitwe District Commissioner Binwell Mpundu has handed over a cheque worth K 50,000 to traders at Kwacha Market in Kitwe.
Malanji was a developmental sojourn in his constituency where he was touching base with various constituency works.
“The money I am giving you today are a revolving fund so that others can benefit as well, don’t be like other traders who have received the funds and do not want to pay back,” Malanji said as he handed a demo cheque.
Meanwhile, the Parliamentarian said the 1×3 classroom block at Valley View Primary school will help reduce congestion at the school.
He said the classroom constructed using personal resources has cost K 695,000 after school authorities approached his office for assistance.
Malanji said the classroom addition will help in the upgrading process of the school.