Thursday, February 2, 2023
HomeRegionalTop NewsIllegal container shops to be removed in Blantyre city

Illegal container shops to be removed in Blantyre city

BLANTYRE(MaraviPost)—Malawi business people who illegally erected container shops or offices should brace for tough times as the Blantyre City Council (BCC) has planned to remove them from the city.

According to Director of Commerce and Industry in the City of Blantyre Dennis Chinseu, most of the containers especially along Mudi River near Blantyre Market have been erected without permission from the city council.

“The public should be aware that some of the people who placed those containers within the city of Blantyre did so illegally because they usually mount them during night,” Chinseu said as quoted by the local papers.

Asked if they have already identified place for the removed traders,Chinseu had this to say: “In Limbe, the city has already identified a place where to relocate the people, while in Blantyre we are still looking for a place, but we will still move them out.”

Container shops and offices are common in all cities of Malawi, a situation which has been attributed to lack of enough capital to construct proper buildings.

The Maravi Post has over one billion views since its inception in December of 2009. Viewed in over 100 countries Follow US: Twitter @maravipost Facebook Page : maravipost Instagram: maravipost    
Maravi Post Reporter
Maravi Post Reporterhttps://www.maravipost.com/
Op-Ed Columnists, Opinion contributors and one submissions are posted under this Author. In our By-lines we still give Credit to the right Author. However we stand by all reports posted by Maravi Post Reporter.
RELATED ARTICLES

Most Popular

Recent Comments

The History of online Casinos – Agora Poker – hao029 on The History of online Casinos
Five factors that will determine #NigeriaDecides2023 - NEWSCABAL on Leadership Is Difficult Because Governance Is Very Stubborn, By Owei Lakemfa
Asal Usul Texas Holdem Poker – Agora Poker – hao029 on The Origins of Texas Holdem Poker
Malawi has asked Mike Tyson to be its cannabis ambassador - Techio on Malawi lawmaker Chomanika against Mike Tyson’s appointment as Cannabis Brand Ambassador over sex offence
Finley Mbella on Brand Chakwera leaks Part 1
Maria Eduarda Bernardo on The 2021 Guide to Trading Forex Online
Atsogo Kemso, Political Foot Soldier on Why MCP and UTM Alliance Will Fail
Em. Prof. Willem Van Cotthem - Ghent University, Belgium on Malawi army, National bank cover Chilumba barrack with trees
Christopher Murdock on Why dating older woman is dangerous?
Samantha The Hammer on Why dating older woman is dangerous?
Muhindo Isevahani on The Cold War Against TB Joshua
JCON/SCOAN/BKN(888/8885/8808) on The Cold War Against TB Joshua
Keen Observer on Jesse Kabwila, Then and Now
Francesco Sinibaldi on Advertising in 2020 and beyond
VICTORIA NAMENE FILLIPUS on Is TB Joshua not another religious fraudster?