Dvokodvweni inkhundla donates
DVOKODVWENI Constituency has donated a tent worth E21 000 to the youth of Macetjeni in the Lubombo region.
The committee, under the leadership of MP Musa Sitezi Dlamini, donated the tent over the past weekend at Mhlabatsini in Macetjeni, a place under his constituency.
Dlamini said they donated to the youth because it was committed in developing people under the constituency. The tent was meant for the youth to rent it out so that it could generate income for the youngsters. “The tent can accommodate up to 400 people, and the constituency bought it together with cooking pots and a gas stove. They will use these equipment to generate money for themselves in events like weddings, funerals and other gatherings,” Dlamini said. The MP said his committee supported developmental initiatives that would generate income to the residents of the constituency. They supported such initiatives because they helped the residents, especially the youth, in creating the jobs for themselves because these were scarce nowadays. This would, in turn, help the youth stay away from engaging in criminal activities because they would be pre-occupied with the work before them.
The committee was also involved in feeding of 50 orphaned and vulnerable children (OVC) at Malindza Soup Kitchen. The MP said they did so because they wanted to alleviate the terrible situation faced by the children on an almost daily basis. Sometimes the children would get food maybe once or twice a day. Some would go for a whole day without food.
Earlier this month, the committee also came to the rescue of gogo Tsabedze (80). The senior citizen was given a new house in which she would live. The house was opened by Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) Paul Dlamini.
DONATION: Dvokodvweni MP Musa Sitezi Dlamini with his Inkhundla committee members during the handing over of business material to Macetjeni youth over the past weekend.