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Status quo remains at Nkurenkuru

Status quo remains at Nkurenkuru

Jafet Markus Muti was re-elected for his second term as Mayor of Nkurenkuru this week and there are also no other changes to any positions from the previous council.

During his acceptance speech, Muti highlighted some of the services that the leadership managed to provide to residents and the challenges they faced in service delivery during their last term.

He urged residents who own plots around town to at least clean their plots even if they did not develop them yet to keep the town clean and encouraged his team to always act on time when attending to queries from the community.

Fani Kaundu was re-elected as Deputy Mayor, while Angeleus Liveve, Robert Mahina Katura and Leena Kaveto saw them being re-elected as members of the Management Committee and the elected leadership was sworn in by Magistrate, Barry Mufana.

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