By Reuben Chomba-Atlas Mara Managing Director James Koni has called on Zambians to embrace the use of digital platforms to conduct various business transactions during the covid-19 period.
Mr. Koni says the use of digital solutions will enhance efficiency and quality service delivery.
He was speaking during the signing of the tripartite memorandum of understanding with Lafarge and Nkwashi at the launch of the ‘three ways to win a house’ competition campaign in Lusaka today.
Mr. Koni explained that the tripartite MoU is worth over 3.1 million Kwacha for the three houses to be won.
Meanwhile, Lafarge Zambia Chief Executive Officer Jimmy Khan said the company will continue to support the use of information communication technology -ICT- to do business.
Mr. Khan said the partnership with Atlas Mara and Nkwashi will make a huge impact on the lives of the people.
And Nkwashi Chief Executive Officer Mwiya Musokotwane said his company is happy to associate itself with the competition.
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