The Lusaka City Council (LCC) has denied rumors circulating on social media about the opening of a strip club in the city.
Chola Mwamba, the public relations manager of LCC, clarified that no business has been granted permission to operate a supposed strip club. Furthermore, Ms. Mwamba emphasized that even if a business were to request permission for such an establishment, the local authority would not approve it.
In recent times, social media has been filled with claims suggesting the existence of a strip club at Lewanika mall in Lusaka. However, Ms. Mwamba, on behalf of the local authority, has stated definitively that there are no plans to open such a business in Lusaka.
“LCC wants to address the speculations circulating on social media, alleging that it has issued a license for a strip club to a particular business entity. We want to make it clear to the public that no such license has been granted by the local authority.”
“The public should also be aware that we are bound by the laws of this country when it comes to regulating businesses in the city. Furthermore, no application has been received from any business entity regarding the proposed strip club,” she explained.
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