By Makundi Senzota
The construction progress of Kikuletwa Campus through EASTRIP has impressed the Deputy Permanent Secretary Ministry of Education, Science and Technology for the great supervision and achievement reached so far.
Speaking during his visit to the Construction Site of the Regional Flagship TVET Institute in Renewable Energy, the Deputy Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Prof. James Mdoe said that he has been satisfied with the construction progress that has been reached so far and ordered the Contractor to speed up the work and to assure that all necessary construction materials arrive at the site on time.
Deputy Permanent Secretary Prof. James Mdoe (Centre seated) is being briefed by the site Engineer, Aziz Gendo (2nd left) on how the buildings are going to appear after construction
“After making site inspection, I have received construction report and satisfied with the progress, I request you to make sure that all Construction Materials arrive at the site on time so that weather changes can not affect the work, make sure you work day and night to complete the work in a given time” said Prof. Mdoe.
On top of that Prof. Mdoe told ATC Management to feel free to report any challenges affecting the Project so that the Ministry can solve them.
On the other hand, the Arusha Technical College Rector Dr. Musa Chacha has appreciated the Deputy Permanent Secretary’s visit to the Campus and assured him that he will supervise the ongoing Construction in order to meet the required standards. Currently construction activities at Kikuletwa Campus are in foundation stage.
The Writer is a Public Relations Officer for EASTRIP