23 January 2013

Zambia: Chama DC Prodes Civil Servants

CHAMA District Commissioner Josphat Lombe has challenged civil servants to utilise the Patriotic Front (PF) manifesto as they plan to execute Government programmes this year.

Mr Lombe said in an interview that civil servants should use the PF manifesto in the execution of Government programmes.

He said the civil servants must be loyal to the Government of the day and incorporate the PF manifesto in most of their plans.

"Therefore, civil servants should follow what is contained in the PF manifesto in the execution of their Government duties," he said.

He said civil servants should intensify monitoring and evaluation of activities and projects this year.

Mr Lombe said contractors who tended to do shoddy works should be evaluated so that they could be blacklisted.

"Contractors tend to do bad work and if you are not monitoring them, it is very difficult to act on them and please spend most of the times in the field to monitor and evaluate your projects and programmes because that is the cornerstone of effective implementation," he said.

Mr Lombe was happy that the construction of Chama-Matumbo road had started.

He said members of the church were happy to see that the construction of the road by the

Mr Lombe was happy that the construction of the district hospital was on course.

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