Mr Mwamba expressed gratitude that finally people in the area will be serviced by the Flying Doctors Services as there is no hospital to offer health services to the people who need them.
Mr Mwamba said following the killing of the three notorious brothers, people are now free to conduct their daily businesses.
The District Commission also confirmed that the mother to the Mailoni brothers has since been repatriated back to Luano from Kabwe where she sought refuge in fear of her sons.
Meanwhile the District Commissioner has regretted that following the killing of the Mailoni brothers in the valley, cattle wrestling and poaching has increased as people are now free to hunt in the bush without fear.
He said poaching has also been perpetuated by police officers some of who were found with game meat but were only warned by the Zambia Wildlife Authority officers for breaching the law they are suppose to defend.
The District Commissioner expressed fear that animals might extinct now that the Mailoni Brothers are not there whom people feared to engage in poaching and cattle stealing.
And Mr Mwamba has also revealed the Disaster Management and Mitigation Unity will this week deliver about 120 metric tonnes of relief food to Luano district for distribution to the hunger striken people.
He said most people in the valley have no food as they could not farm for fear of being attacked by the Mailoni brothers who made the farms a no go area for villagers.
He furthers disclosed Researchers from the Lusaka Museum are expected in his area to begin their one month research on the Mailoni brothers so that the history about the notorious brothers could be documented.
Mr Mwamba also said the researchers will camp in Chief Chembe’s area and start their works today.
Luano is one of the four new districts that President Michael Sata has created this year in Central province in his quest to decentralize the governance of the country.
Others are Chitambo near Serenje, Ngambwe which share boundaries with Kapiri Mposhi and Chisamba which belonged to Chibombo.