©️ CHITUNGWIZA Municipality yesterday ordered philanthropist Samantha Murozoki, who was feeding thousands of people daily through her Kuchengetana Relief Kitchen, to close down citing health hazards and contravention of town by-laws.
“For a start, her operations were not registered with the council in accordance with the Chitungwiza Urban Council by-laws … and she did not have a municipal licence for her operations,” Kasu said.“Her actions were also in contravention of the Public Health Act. In addition she was not, as required by law, registered as a private voluntary organisation with the Department of Social Welfare.“It is also in contravention of urban planning by-laws that such work was being conducted from a residential property, which is not zoned for this use.”
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