Harry Thomson assures Chikhwawa North he will handle development funds properly

The independent Member of Parliament (MP) for Chikhwawa North in the forthcoming tripartite elections, Harry Thomson has assured the electorates in his constituency that he would make sure that Local Development Fund (LDF) and Constituency Development Fund (CDF) should work for its intended purposes.

Thomson said this during a meeting which he conducted in the area of Village Headman Ndelema which is under traditional authority Maseya in the district and he was accompanied by independent ward councilor for Mwamphanzi Albert Gowelo.

“I want to assure you that I will consult traditional leaders to know what kind of developments people of their areas are looking forward. If I utilize these two baskets fund properly my constituency can benefit a lot of developments such as good roads, clean water and modern school blocks,” he said.

Harry Thomson

Harry Thomson

Thomson said he was shocked to see Thabwani road in a dilapidated state and he assured the people that he would construct the road and make sure that it is in good state.

However, Thomson warned the electorate to choose wisely on the choice of presidential candidate if they want the country to advance in the next five years.

Village Headman Ndelema said he is happy man to see Mr. Thomson standing again as MP for Chikhwawa North and he promised him that his subjects would support his candidature.

In his remarks independent shadow councilor for Mwamphanzi ward, Albert Gowelo urged the electorates to vote for Thomson if they want their economic and social challenges to be alleviated.

“You need to ask yourselves what the incumbent MP has done for you in terms of transforming your social and economic life. I just want to remind you that Mfera Health Centre, Mfera Community Day Secondary School and a lot of boreholes which you’re using were constructed by Thomson,” he said.

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