Power and Politics

Ruling UPND wants sanitation initiatives rolled out to other parts of Kitwe, Copperbelt


Ruling United Party for National Development (UPND) National Trustee, Charles Kabwita, has called on President Hakainde Hichilema to extend the sanitation initiative to other parts of Kitwe and the Copperbelt.

President Hichilema, while on the Copperbelt recently commissioned at least 1,850 flushable toilets in Kitwe’s Kwacha Ward.

Kabwita in a statement issued in Kitwe on Tuesday, noted that this was a pivotal stride in the ongoing crusade against waterborne diseases, like cholera and typhoid.

He said the transformative initiative, heralding crucial sanitation infrastructure to the community, stands as a testament to the resolute dedication of the President.

“We extend our utmost commendation to President Hichilema for his steadfast commitment to enhancing the welfare of our citizens and for championing initiatives that tackle core issues such as public health and sanitation,” Kabwita stated.

He added that the provision of the toilets not only serves to bolster public health but also underscored government’s unwavering pledge to environmental sustainability and communal prosperity.

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Kabwita said by broadening access to adequate sanitation facilities, government can guarantee that all inhabitants revel in an elevated standard of living and contribute to the advancement of flourishing, wholesome communities.

“This momentous feat stands as a testament to the collective efforts and cooperation of various stakeholders, encompassing local authorities, community leaders and residents alike,” he stated.

Kabwita said together, the country had showcased the potency of unified action in confronting pressing challenges and forging a radiant future for all.

He reaffairmed the UPND’s unwavering commitment to persist in the endeavors to elevate the living standards of Zambians and to foster a cleaner, healthier environment for generations to come.

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