HOUSE of Chiefs Chairperson, Senior Chief Kaputa has asked Government to provide resources to traditional leaders so that they could sensitize their subjects on the Constitutional Amendment Bill Number 10 of 2019.
Senior Chief Kaputa, of the Tabwa people of Kaputa District in Northern Province, said several Chiefs believed that the Bill contained progressive clauses that could help in the country moving forward.
He said that there was need to give the people information on the Bill No. 10 of 2019 the same way information on the Corona Virus Disease (Covid 19) was being provided.
And Senior Chief Kaputa said there was need to include values and ethics in the school curriculum.
The traditional leader was speaking when Religious Affairs Minister Godfridah Sumaili met some Chiefs in Chirundu District.
And Reverend Sumaili said the Government looked up on traditional leaders to help in keeping the country united.
Meanwhile, Chief Chipepo of the Tonga people of Chirundu District said issues to do with national values should be taken seriously because they were the foundation on which a nation must be built.
And speaking at the same meeting, Chief Sikoongo, through his Deputy thanked President Edgar Lungu for creating the Ministry that was promoting national values.
Source: Zambia National Broadcasting Cooperation