Project vehicles are not personal vehicles-LGSC

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The Local Government Service Commission Chairperson Amos Musonda has told Local Government Directors to divorce themselves off personal to holder vehicles.

Mr Musonda said that the signing of the new Local Government Service Regulations does not allow for such.

He said this when he stopped at Chingola Council to get first-hand information on operations of the Local Authority, Mr Musonda  addressed Directors of Chingola and Chililabombwe Councils after Kitwe and Ndola.

Mr Musonda reminded the Directors of the incoming Local Government and Service Regulation, which addresses a revision in recruitment policy, grievance handling mechanism as well as the conditions of service.

He has cautioned Director not to turn project vehicles into personal vehicles.

Mr Musonda also reminded the Local Authority officers to stay clear off politics noting that the period was currently ripe for politics. He advised officers to stay clear off adoption processes in parties and concentrate on their roles in elections.

He also tasked managements to ensure they get up to date with employee salaries.

The Local Government Chair has then proceeded to Solwezi, both councils have praised his continued interaction with employees and thanked him for his open door policy.



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