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Is It Change??? PF Government Inherit Illegal Land ALLOCATIONS TREND

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By Editor on January 23, 2012.

Many would have thought the problems of illegal allocation of land by political party cadres are long gone but this is not so because the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) government seems to have inherited the trend.

The party cadres on Saturday beat up residents of plot 70/70 commonly known, as Bagdad compound after the police demolished houses that were illegally build on titled land.

The cadres allegedly beat up residents and broke some houses on the pretext that residents are conniving with law enforcement agencies to grab land that had been illegally allocated to unsuspecting residents.

One of the residents Doris Mulenga, who was severely beaten and subsequently, injured on her right hand, is appealing to government to intervene.

Mandevu Member of Parliament, Jean Kapata has been implicated in the Chifundo Kondani Market land confusion in Lusaka’s Chaisa Compound. Market Board Secretary, James Banda alleges that the current confusion at the Market has been partly influenced by area MP, Jean Kapata. Mr Banda says the sentiments by the Marketeers that the Market board has sold the market to pave way for construction of shops are not true.

The Chifundo Kondani Marketeers have accused the Market Board of corruptly selling the market to some investors to pave way for constructions of shops on the said land.


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