Ministry of Local Government has ordered Lilongwe City Council (LCC) to demolish the sculpture statue at parliament roundabout saying it adds no value to the beauty of Lilongwe city.
Speaking on Monday during a visit of projects being carried out by LCC, Deputy Minister of Local Government, Harima Daudi said the sculpture statue at parliament roundabout is of substandard quality hence it needs to be removed.
“The statue which was set at the roundabout near parliament building is not good and has got no use and on top of that it is there not to make the Lilongwe city beautiful, hence as a Ministry, we have advised the Mayor of Lilongwe city and other officials from Lilongwe City Council to demolish the it,” Daudi said.
She advised LCC to be aware of any development being done in the city the council should be aware about it, if the council sees anybody doing anything in the city without consulting the council, it must not hesitate to ask and this would help avoid developments like this one which was done at the roundabout near parliament building.
In her remarks, Mayor for Lilongwe city, Juliana Kaduya said the statue at the roundabout near parliament building was done through former first Lady’s initiative dubbed Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust without consulting the city council.
Source:Mana
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