Yamfwa Mukanga

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Yamfwa Mukanga
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Mukanga at the NCC 6th graduation in 2016.
Born (1965-07-09) July 9, 1965 (age 54)
EducationMechanical Engineering
OccupationPolitician
Engineer

Yamfwa Dingle Mukanga (born 9 July 1965)[1] is a Zambian politician and mechanical engineer. He is a Cabinet Minister, Government Chief Whip, Minister of Transport, Works, Supply and Communication and Member of Parliament for Kantanshi, one of the three constituencies in Mufulira District.[1]

Career

Mukanga was the Provincial Minister for the Copperbelt Province. Following the victory of the Patriotic Front in the 2011 elections, he was appointed as the Minister of Transport, Works, Supply and Communications. After a brief period as Minister of Mines, Energy and Water Development in 2012, he again assumed his position as the Minister of Transport, Works, Supply and Communications. A position held to date.[2]

Mukanga has been a member of the Standing Orders Committee and the Privileges, Absences, and Support Services since 2011.[1]

He is also former Provincial Governor for the Copperbelt Province[3]

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