North western province minister, Robert LihefuNorth western province minister, Robert Lihefu
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North western province minister, Robert Lihefu has cautioned civil servants against being involved in partisan and politics.

Mr. Lihefu States that civil servants are supposed to be neutral and support government of the day.

The provincial minister said it is sad that some civil servants have over the years aligned themselves to politics, forgetting their core duty of providing services to the people.

“The code of ethics for civil servants is very clear, and I therefore expect every civil servant to follow what the code of ethics states,” said Mr. Lihefu.

Mr. Lihefu was speaking when he addressed civil servants in Manyinga on Saturday.

Mr. Lihefu also implored civil servants to acquaint themselves with the UPND party manifesto so as to understand the new government’s policy direction.

“Take time to acquaint yourselves with the party manifesto because this will help you have a clear policy direction for the new dawn government,” he said.

He assured the people of Manyinga that government is aware of the many challenges in the district which will soon be attended to.

He cited the Manyinga- Mwinilunga road and the works at new boma site as top on government development agenda.

Mr. Lihefu implored the youths to form cooperatives for them to easily benefit from government empowerment funds.

Speaking on behalf of other civil servants, acting Manyinga district commissioner, Kenneth Chinyama paid tribute to President Hakainde Hichilema for appointing Mr. Lihefu as provincial minister.


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