Progress pace of JNHPP construction wins praise from government


The visit was led by the director of policy and planning of the ministry, Petro Lyatuu, who said the visit was to monitor and review the implementation of the project which is of great interest to the nation. .

Lyatuu said that the Ministry of Energy is the main project manager where, in addition to financially empowering the contractor implementing the project, it is responsible for closely monitoring and evaluating whether payment is in accordance with the made work.

He explained that, so far, the government has paid the contractor more than $4 trillion, or 61% of the amount owed to the contractor for the work performed.

“Heads of departments in the ministry are responsible for monitoring, evaluating, evaluating and advising on the implementation of this project so that the project objectives can be achieved as planned,” he said.

The delegates were heads of departments and units from the Department of Administration and Human Resources, Department of Policy and Planning, Department of Electricity and Renewable Energy, Department of Oil and Gas, purchasing, legal, accounting, internal audit, ICT, communication and environment. .

The ministry’s director of administration and human resources, Ziana Mlawa, said the ministry had arranged for heads of departments and units to visit the project to see and understand the pace at which the contractor works on the site.

Mlawa said the visit gave them the opportunity to understand the challenges staff face in carrying out their duties in other areas, especially in various projects implemented outside the office.

The delegates inspected various areas of the JNHPP project, especially the construction of the main bank of the dam, the power station, the power station and the dam.

They also inspected the construction progress of a permanent bridge, roads, water supply for power stations, staff quarters as well as the installation site.

At the same time, they paid a visit to the JNHPP project site, which will be developed under the JNHPP project and distributed to various regions of the country, located in Chalinze, Coast region, as well as the transport network of 400 kilovolt electricity. line.


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