GOVERNMENT is almost completing the building of doctors and nurses

doctorsGovernment is nearly complete construction of doctors and nurses flats in Mansa General Hospital, at a cost of K3.4 billion.

Mansa district commissioner Nsakasha Chibwe in an interview yesterday said 85 percent of the works have been performed on the units.

“The new floors will help us solve the problem of accommodation that our health workers are facing. We built the floor nurses and physicians at a cost of K3.4 million,” said Major Nsakasha.

He said the floor construction is a demonstration of

Government’s commitment to provide decent housing for workers in health.

Mayor Nsakasha the Government is building a laboratory at Mansa

General Hospital at a cost of K98 million.

He added that work on the project are almost finished and soon commissioned laboratory.

Maj Nsakasha said President Banda should be commended for the numerous development projects that his administration is carried out in Mansa.

Mansa said has experienced unprecedented growth over the past two years President Banda has been in office.

“The people of Mansa can see the development of numerous government, under the wise leadership of President Banda, is underway. We want to salute and pay tribute to President Banda,” said Maj. Nsakasha.

Among the many development projects taking place in Mansa is the construction of the tower Mansa airport departure terminal at a cost of over K2 billion.

Eighty percent of the work on the project has been made.

Nsakasha Mayor also said the government is building a magistrates’ court in the district at a cost of more than K1 billion. 8 and 90 percent of the project work has been done.

The construction of a local rural Mibenge court at a lower cost K455 million is underway, while the government has spent K186, 950 to build the Fiyongoli aquaculture research station.

The Government has also spent K1.195 billion in the construction of an office building for the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, amon many other projects.

GOVERNMENT is almost completing the building of doctors and nurses’ flats at Mansa General Hospital at a cost of K3.4 billion.

Mansa district commissioner Chibwe Nsakasha said in an interview here yesterday 85 percent of the works have been done on the units.

“The new flats will help us address the problem of accommodation that our health workers are facing. We have constructed nurses and doctors’ flats at a cost of K3.4 billion,” Major Nsakasha said.

He said the construction of the flats is a demonstration of

Government’s commitment to providing decent accommodation for health workers.

Maj. Nsakasha said Government is building a laboratory at Mansa

General Hospital at a cost of K98 million.

He said works on the project are almost complete, and the laboratory will soon be commissioned.

Maj Nsakasha said President Banda should be commended for the numerous development projects his administration is undertaking in Mansa.

He said Mansa has witnessed unprecedented development in the last two years President Banda has been in office.

“The people of Mansa are appreciating the numerous development projects Government, under the wise leadership of President Banda, is undertaking. We want to salute and pay tribute to President Banda,” Maj Nsakasha said.

Among the numerous development projects taking place in Mansa is the construction of the Mansa airport tower and departure terminal at a cost of over K2 billion.

Eighty percent of the work on the project has been done.

Maj. Nsakasha also said Government is building a magistrates’ court in the district at a cost of over K1.8 billion and 90 percent of the work on the project has been done.

The construction of a rural local court in Mibenge at a cost over K455 million is underway, while Government has spent K186, 950 to build the Fiyongoli Aqua Culture research station.

Government has also spent K1.195 billion on the construction of an office block for the Ministry of Agriculture and Co-operatives, amon numerous other projects.