Disaster Management and mitigation unit (DMMU) national coordinator Chanda Kabwe has expressed disappointment with some unscrupulous individuals who are reselling the maize accessed from the Food Reserve Agency (FRA) to fight hunger. ZANIS reports that Kabwe was speaking in Choma, Monday, when he paid a courtesy call on Southern Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba. He said unknown people had been buying maize from FRA purporting to be vulnerable but instead they are replenishing their stocks with the government maize sold under what is called “community sale”. Kabwe said the community sales initiative was a strategy government had devised to enable vulnerable households access maize at affordable prices considering the hunger situation ravaging the area, adding that it should not viewed…...

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