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NRFA Honours Staff on Labour Day

The National Road Fund Agency (NRFA), joined the rest of the country in celebrating the just ended Labour Day, themed Building Resilience: Workers at the Heart of Zambia’s Economic Recovery,”  and honored its deserving employees with different Awards.

The Most Hardworking Award went to Mr. Andrew Phiri (Control Centre Operator) and Miss Penina Bbwani a Toll Collector from Shimabala Toll Gate got the Most Devoted Worker Award.

Other employees to win awards were Mr. Ives Chileya, a maintenance Technician who bagged the Dedication to Duty award, while the Devotion to Duty Award went to Miss Ethel Ngoma a Toll Collector from Sabina Toll Station

In Western Province NRFA, awarded Miss Chuma Simangolwa of Tapo Toll Station as the most Hardworking Toll Collector.

Gracing the event in Solwezi, President Hakainde Hichilema reaffirmed his government’s commitment to prioritizing workers’ welfare and promoting economic recovery at the Labour Day celebrations in Solwezi.

President Hichilema emphasized the importance of decentralizing state functions from Lusaka to all parts of Zambia, promoting unity and collaborative efforts among employers, employees, and the government.

Vice President Mutale Nalumango and Zambia Congress of Trade Unions Deputy Vice President Godfrey Mbewe also addressed the challenges facing workers, calling for fair treatment and improved economic conditions at the Labour Day celebrations held in Lusaka.