Monitor public projects, says Mulusa


Civil Servants should closely monitor and supervise projects which are currently being implemented across the country, Special Assistant to the President for project monitoring and implementation Lucky Mulusa has said.

He said this when he inspected Kantenda health post in Kasempa district which is one of the 650 health posts being constructed countrywide.

Mr Mulusa observed that the slab structure was poorly done and was constructed too near the road which connects Kasempa and Mumbwa.

“The mixture between sand and cement is not in its right ratio and so very soon it will start chipping off, it is poorly done,” he said.

He said when the Mumbwa-Kasempa road was worked on, traffic flow would increase which may result in Government considering to construct a dual carriage way.

And Kasempa District Medical officer Edgar Mutimushi told Mr Mulusa that the district had been allocated with nine health posts.

Dr Mutimushi said the contractor had started with three health posts which are already on slab level.

“We are really delighted as a district with the gesture by Government because once completed, these facilities would help to improve the delivery of health services to the people,” he said.

Mr Mulusa was recently in Kasempa inspecting Government funded projects.


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