9 February 2014

Angola: State Secretary Checks Cambambe Dam Modernisation Work

The secretary of State for Construction, Ilídio de Jesus Braz Martins, last Friday visited the Cambambe dam, in the northern Cuanza Norte Province, aimed to check the level of execution of the rehabilitation and modernisation work taking place in that infrastructure.

During the visit, Ilídio de Jesus Braz Martins was accompanied by the CEO of the National Electricity Company (ENE), José Carlos, and the director-general of the National Roads Institute (INEA).

The secretary of State received explanations about the pace of the works and checked several areas of the undertaking.

Speaking to the press, Ilídio de Jesus Martins said that the visit served to assess the quality of the works taking place in the mentioned site, whose progress will also imply the need to destroy a nearby bridge that is to be replaced by a new modern one.

All these interventions, said the source, need to be supervised by the Ministry of Construction, so that there can be prompt corrections and suggestions.

Before checking the dam, the secretary of State supervised the works on Luanda/Dondo road, the state of conservation of the road and bridges in that section, aimed at collecting the appropriate information for the facelift project for that zone.

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