UPND deputy secretary general Gertrude Imenda says the ongoing mobile money booth demolition exercise is just a temporary measure, arguing that it may give a bad impression if the AU delegation finds a dirty city. In an interview, Imenda said the UPND administration wanted to give a good impression to visitors attending the African Union (AU) Mid-Year Coordination Meeting, adding that “sometimes you have to die a little”. “Sometimes it’s for the sake of sanity and so on. We have a very important summit coming and we want to give a good impression of our city that it is clean and orderly. These booths have brought so much congestion. I would like to believe that it is a temporary measure…....

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