President Dr Lazarus Chakwera will on Monday next week launch the Presidential Delivery Unit (PDU) at Capital Hill in Lilongwe as a monitoring mechanism to fulfil the promises made.
Acting Press Secretary, Anthony Kasunda told journalists in an interview after the State House Brief that the drive will inspect progress of commitments made during campaign prior to the June,2020 Fresh Presidential Elections.
‚ÄúThis is a unit which the President is establishing in his own office to make follow ups with Ministt‚Äôs agenda because he (the President) came into power with promises,‚ÄĚ he said.
Kasunda said such promises will be delivered through the MDAs and the unit will act as a monitoring pening.
Director of Communications and Executive Assistant to the President, who gave an account of the President‚Äôs diary in the past two weeks and the next two weeks, earlier said the President will meet directors and principal secretaries at Capital Hill in relation the PDU.
Kampondeni, therefore, emphasised on the need to manage resources in order to bring the country back on track by among others monitoring progress of projects.
He, however, expressed concern that the current administration found a heavily battered economy which needs to be
‚ÄúThe economy was largely destroyed by careless borrowing whose debt soared to K4 trillion. And the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the economy with devastating effects,‚ÄĚ he said.
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