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Residents applauds My Home Town for tarring Roads in Choma

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Residents of Zambia Compound and Shampande in Choma are excited with the newly
constructed tarred road which stretches from Choma Secondary School and Mambush farm junction to Shampande Township, reports Zambian Eye’s Lameck Phiri.
A Charity organization, My Home Town will be commissioning the Road and hand it over to Choma Municipal Council with a number of other projects in the provincial capital of Southern province, Choma, next week.
The road will be will be commissioned by Choma born but South Africa based International Business Mogul James Ndambo who is the founder of My Home Town a charity organization which funded the project.
Our Roving Reporter Phiri who is in Choma says Motorists and Pedestrians are already enjoying the benefit of the long awaited tarred Road.


Irene Hambulo 28 appreciated the project; she said the road had become impassable and
needed attention. She thanked My Home Town for coming to the residents rescue.
“My home town has served us’’ she said.
‘‘We need more organizations to help government,’’ Darius Muyunda, a resident in Zambia
Compound added.
Motorists who use the road more frequently appreciated the My Home Town organization for
the road construction saying the road had become impassable.
And many residents spoken to from Zambia Township also thanked Ndambo whose My Home Town
charity organization has extended its Road works by working on the Choma Hospital.
They said Choma Hospital road is important as it will make it easy for the people to drive to the Health facility quick unlike the case is now.

Recently My Home Town handed over the newly refurbished Choma Police Central Station after a facelift – fencing it, putting tiles, installing aircons and Television Screen with a pledge for construction of maternity ward.

My Home Town is funded by Africa Union Holdings Group of companies where Ndambo is the Board
Chairman. The organization is also in Ndola on the Copperbelt and Petauke in Eastern province with its headquarters in Choma.

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