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By Nganati

Chakwera is in right direction on delivering promises made during 2019-2020 elections campaign, as a billboard claims somewhere in Lilongwe, commemorating the construction of Mzimba Street Dual Carriageway in the Capital City.

That proclamation, in meaning and reality, must surely stretch beyond the shoulders of these intertwined roads as President Lazarus Chakwera’s administration continues to deliver standout developments.

 Its much and more. The Lilongwe to Karonga M1 Road construction and rehabilitation, a multi-billion Kwacha investment, is in full progress and new health facilities such as the K30 billion Phalombe District Hospital are thoroughly operational.

Projects that supply the cleanest of waters are in full swing. Nkhata Bay Town Water Supply System and Mangochi Potable Water Supply were commissioned as recently as last month.

Quickly out of the development gates, is the new round of the 10 000 security officers’ houses as the Ministry of Lands has issued an intention to award contracts to 74 firms to construct the houses across the country at a budget that stretches beyond K200 billion.

This round will, most assuredly, take the total number of constructed units to nearly 5,000an enormous feat, considering that the past government left without literally completing any.

The intention was published in The Nation newspaper. In it, the Government has disclosed that it has secured approval from the Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Authority to award the contracts.

The Ministry of Lands wishes to inform the general public and all bidders who participated in the tender for the construction of Staff Houses for Security Institutions that it has finalized the evaluation process and obtained No Objection from the Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Authority, it reads in part.

Projects that supply the cleanest of waters are in full swing. Nkhata Bay Town Water Supply System and Mangochi Potable Water Supply were commissioned as recently as last month.

Quickly out of the development gates, is the new round of the 10 000 security officers’ houses as the Ministry of Lands has issued an intention to award contracts to 74 firms to construct the houses across the country at a budget that stretches beyond K200 billion.

This round will, most assuredly, take the total number of constructed units to nearly 5,000an enormous feat, considering that the past government left without literally completing any.

The intention was published in The Nation newspaper. In it, the Government has disclosed that it has secured approval from the Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Authority to award the contracts.

The Ministry of Lands wishes to inform the general public and all bidders who participated in the tender for the construction of Staff Houses for Security Institutions that it has finalised the evaluation process and obtained No Objection from the Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Authority, it reads in part.

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