President Edgar Lungu has reiterated that he will complete all the projects that government has embarked on since 2011 once he is re-elected in office.
President Lungu said this on the occasion of the commissioning of the K11.2million Luangwa District Hospital in Lusaka province today.
The Head of State said government has made significant strides to improve the quality of health services across the country.
President Lungu said the development signifies the PF government’s resolve to provide cost effective and quality health care as close to the Zambian people, adding that government is determined to ensure that mothers do not walk long distances to seek health services.
He said the construction of Phases 1 and 2 of Luangwa District Hospital will not only improve the health status of the people but will also greatly contribute to the socio-economic development of the country.
President Lungu also said the PF government’s vision of providing 650 health pots across the country is yielding fruits, adding that Lusaka province is a beneficiary of 35 health posts.
He further revealed that over 400 centres across the country have also been rehabilitated and expanded.
And President Lungu told the people of Luangwa to shun politicians who are instigating violence during campaigns.
He said this when he addressed a rally and promised to develop the district once he is re-elected.