MP Lucius Banda pleased with govt for construction of Balaka-Khwisa-Bilira road

Member of Parliament for Balaka North, Lucious Banda on Friday commended government for considering to build the Balaka – Khwisa – Bilira road which is currently under construction.

 MP for Balaka North Lucius Banda tells VP Chilima he is grateful for the road construction

Banda said people used to face challenges to travel on the road especially during the rainy season whereby mad was a big challenge.

The legislator made the commendation at Makuta Primary School when Vice President Dr. Saulos Chilima donated relief items to 698 households who were affected by stormy wind on January 8.

“Let me take this opportunity that you are here our Vice President to ask you to extend our heartfelt gratitude to His Excellency President Professor Peter Mutharika for the road project that is under way in my constituency,” Banda said.

“This is a very commendable achievement, the road under construction was impassable especially during the rainy season,” the United Democratic Front (UDF) parliamentarian added.

However, Banda asked government to consider other roads as well in Balaka to facilitate easy movement of both people and goods thereby enhancing socio – economic activities in the district.

On the support of relief items, Banda said he could not hide his excitement and also thanked government for the response, which he described as timely.

“This is what we call rapid response, the tragedy only happened a few days ago but today relief items have already come, this is a commendable job and it has shown that government always has the welfare of its citizens at heart,” he added.

Sub Traditional Authority Mbera concurred with Banda saying ever since he rose to the throne, he has never seen such an immediate relief assistance rendered to victims of a disaster.

“Many times, relief items come when the affected people have recovered from the shock. There is need for government to consider people who have lost their houses in a special way,” Chief Mbera said.

At least 698 families across Balaka were rendered homeless when a wind storm destroyed their houses on Monday, January 8 this year.

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Thank you nyasatimes for at least featuring one positive story of what the government is doing. This is what i have been crying for. This kind of positivity is all what we need for the betterment of our country. Dzikalakwika lembani, dzikakonzekanso lembani, mukatengera za MCP zomangonyoza ndi kutsutsa zili zonse, kampani yanuyi ilowa pansi chifukwa owerenga ndi otsatira nkhani zanu ake akhala a Mcp baasi.

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Good news indeed. We Balaka people are grateful for the Khwisa Road. However, the MOST PERTNENT ROAD is the one that stretches from Balaka, to Mbera, to Chilipa to Mangochi. This road is a shortcut to Mangochi. It is an alternative to Mangochi should the lakeshore road be cut by floods etc. The road also passes through a big forest for tourism and it also passes through a very productive area in terms of Agriculture. There are very big tobacco and maize estates around Chilipa, Kapile, Ngatala, etc. Would the Dear President please consider the Balaka-Mbera-Chilipa-Mangochi road please. Also the… Read more »

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Hatton

Zoonadi, that’s the way to go Hon. Lucius Banda. Zabwino kumayamikira, zonyansa kumasutsa. Ndi mchitidwe okhawo Omwe ungakusiyanitseni ndi andale okuba madzi Ku Lilongwe Water Board.

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Wodzitsata

That’s the way to go. Munthu umayenera kuyamikira pamene Pali zabwino osamangotsutsa ngati mmene achitira anawa.

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