Lungu Wants More Houses for Police Officers in Southern Province

President Edgar Lungu has directed Housing and Infrastructure Development Minister Vincent Mwale to ensure construction of police houses in Chikakanta, Choma and Kazungula districts of Southern Province is completed quickly to ease the housing challenges police officers face.

Speaking when he commissioned police houses in Mazabuka during his working visit to Southern Province over the weekend, the President said he wanted police officers to start using the facilities that are under construction in Chikankata, Choma and Kazungula as soon as possible, hence the need to quickly finish the project.

President Lungu said government will ensure equitable distribution of development despite the limited resources.

And Home Affairs Minister Mr Stephen Kampyongo thanked the people of Mazabuka for turning out in numbers to witness the commissioning of the houses.

And Inspector General of police Kakoma Kanganja said Government’s support to the Zambia Police has improved operational capacity and boosted the morale of the officers.


  1. jahcorn

    Excellent Mr. President

    The Police Officers Are Very Important People In This Country As A Result They Deserve Better Consideration …. If You Had Such Mindset From The Vry Day You Were Put In That Office, I Believ There Would Be Better Services From Those Pipo In Uniforms…

  2. Mr more hits

    Good very good our police officers are the most neglected but doing things in da south just before election year??? kaya?? anyway maybe the pipo from their wont gv hh all da votes this time

  3. Kelly

    nag fikacitika thanks

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