CDC too big for impoverished cllrs

SEROWE CDC
SEROWE CDC

The recent furore and disenchantment shown by honourable councillors in the Central District Council (CDC) chamber over their living conditions when attending special or full council meetings in Serowe (the administrative capital of the central district council) is just a tip of an iceberg pointing to the fact that the CDC is just too big and cumbersome to be administered as one entity.

The Honourable Councillors were simply agitating for decent accommodation when in Serowe for council business.

The deplorable living conditions of the past and incumbent councillors when converging in Serowe for meetings is something which the current crop of councillors cannot condone.

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