President Edgar Lungu says the Patriotic Front has delivered the various projects it promised the Zambian people in 2011.
Speaking in Lusaka yesterday when he commissioned the ZAF Hospital Out-Patient Department and Lusaka Base new Hangar, President Lungu said that Zambian people have taken stock of the PF’s achievements.
He says the ruling party is humbled to see that the Zambian people are able to see and point at the various projects the party had promised to deliver.
He points out that so far thirty nine district hospitals have been constructed of which five are already operational, adding that a total 266 health posts have equally been constructed of which 170 have so far been operationalised and are already serving communities.
President Lungu stated that any nation that aspires to foster development and improve the lives of its citizens does so, on the basis of good roads,hospitals
,schools,bridges airports and many others.
He says this why the PF Government is investing massively in infrastructure development.
President Lungu notes that infrastructure will not only transform the general outlook of the nation, but will also significantly contribute to the country’s socio economic outlook.
He expressed delight that the Zambia Air Force is moving in line with government’s national development agenda.
Meanwhile, ZAF Commander Lieutenant General Eric Chimese commended government for modernising the Zambia Air Force.
General Chimese said the facility will have a bed capacity of 220.
The first phase of the ZAF hospital cost 12.5 million kwacha.