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Residents give Shangombo DC two weeks to vacate the office

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Residents of Shangombo district in Western Province have given a two weeks ultimatum to newly appointed District Commissioner Dominic Lisulo to vacate the office.

The development comes three weeks after the dismissal of former DC, Martin Mwauluka who had his contract terminated for alleged misconduct. The residents are now demanding that the newly appointed DC vacates office because they want to have a DC who was born and bred in the area.

Speaking on behalf of the residents, Kafunya told ZANIS in an interview on Monday that they will not accept strangers in the Office of the DC anymore. He explained that Shangombo unlike other districts in the province and the country as a whole has always been subjected to what he termed strangers and second class materials for district commissioners.

He added that it was not a question of whether Lisulo can perform or not but residents wants Sioma DC Mubiana Mutomena who acted in the position for two weeks.  Kafunya stressed that government show its commitment to the people of Shangombo by moving Mutomena from Sioma to Shangombo.

The residents claimed that Mutomena has not only demonstrated quality leadership in the two weeks that he acted as DC but that he was also born and bred in the area


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