Kalipi calls for faster implementation of constituency projects

30 Dec 2017 14:20pm
WINDHOEK, 30 DEC (NAMPA)- The Councillor for Anamulenge Constituency in Omusati Region, Werner Kalipi has called on the fast implementation of projects in constituencies by the entrusted administrators.
In a recent interview with Nampa, Kalipi stressed that administrators are slow at implementing projects at a constituency level.
“The administrators are not implementing the projects in the constituency very fast, so they should change their mindset to fast track the implementation,” said Kalipi.
Outlining the challenges faced by the Omusati Regional Council over the year 2017, Kalipi called on the fast execution of earth dams by the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry.
“During rainy season there is nothing to harvest water for further usage throughout the dry seasons and farmers suffers to allocate water for their livestock,” he stated.
Kalipi further emphasised that the flood stricken region lacks access roads, which makes it a challenge for the public to excess basic service facilities, such as clinics, schools, police services during floods.
“About 67 school were closed this year because of lack of access roads during the flood season. This is the serious situation in the region,” said Kalipi, further calling on the relevant government authorities to assist the region with the construction of access roads to public institutions.