K2m hospital nears completion

National, Normal

The National, Friday, 27th May 2011

CONSTRUCTION of the new K2 million Ialibu Hospital is nearing completion.
It is one of the many changes that excited the people of Ialibu-Pangia electorate, in Southern Highlands.
The infrastructure development and the delivery of basic government services from the office of their local MP and Treasury and Finance Minister Peter O’Neill includes the building of the K2.5
million Pangia court house, the K1 million Pangia to Wiru loop road, the K600,000 Pangia public servants houses, K1 million rural electrification project, the new hospital and construction of the K1.5 million Ialibu
district office.
District affairs and project officer Nixon Kanema said O’Neill’s office was now focusing on delivering basic government services to the people.
He said these projects were funded from the DSIP funds and many more services would be delivered. 
Kanema said projects costing K300,000 or less were controlled by the JDP&BPC.
He said larger projects had to be publicly tendered for and district staffs only made sure they progressed well.
Kanema said that they were now working hard to bring great changes into the villages and communities.
He said the office of the member was doing a lot for the people because they had voted him and trusted him to deliver such services. 
Kanema said all that was delivered should be well looked after.
He called on the people to respect all project and take ownership by looking after them.