Thursday, 28 April 2016


By MacPherson Mukuka in Mansa- *Luapula Province*
One of the Tanks for the Oxygen Plant recently procured

part of the oxygen plant equipment

Machinery in the ICU to be connected to the plant
GOVERNMENT has allocated over 2 Hundred Million Kwacha towards the upgrading of urban roads in Mansa District of Luapula Province.
Mansa Central Member of Parliament CHITALU CHILUFYA says the upgrading of the roads which is under the pave Zambia road project will commence this week.
He says China Civil and China Henan have been given 21 kilometers of Mansa District roads to work on.
He says in the next three to four months, the face of Mansa is going to change as a result of President Edgar Lungu’s commitment in providing road infrastructure closer to the people.
Dr. CHILUFYA said this when he inspected the progress of the paving of Mansa General Hospital grounds by the road development agency RDA.
And Dr. CHILUFYA has also disclosed that government will soon begin grading roads to ease people and vehicle movement from one place to another.
The Mansa Central law maker further says during the 2 year period in which the roads will be upgraded, youths employment will be created adding that so far 40 youths at the general hospital have been employed to pave the hospital grounds.
Meanwhile, Dr. CHILUFYA who inspected  the oxygen plant and the first ever state of art ICU at Mansa General Hospital says government has embarked on a programme to modernize hospital in the country.
He says government has invested 9 hundred US dollars in the procurement of the plant to be installed beginning this week.
He says the plant will reduce the cost of procuring oxygen from suppliers in Lusaka and Ndola.
Dr. CHILUFYA also says the plant will be supplying oxygen to other hospitals in the province.

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