Liwonde barrage rehabilitation delays

Offcials who are rehabilitating and fixing Liwonde barrage, a place where water for power generation is controlled have conceded there have been long delays in completing the project.

Kamuzu Barrage at Shire River in Liwonde, Machinga

Tony Nyasulu, the government foreman for the project was however upbeat that the project would be completed this year.

“It will come to completion this year,” said Nyasulu.

He however refused to fix an exact date for the completion of the project.

The government initially announced the project would be completed in October then December last year before setting another date this year.

Nyasulu said the delays were caused by the decision to remove existing gates and fix new ones as well as the construction of a new bridge and the installation of a weed broom.

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leneleni
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iwe joster you talk like yv been to china where the chinese have built a strech of 80km of road on the sea and it took them a very shorter time compared to these lesser works in comparison and yet we are taking ages.osati zimene uku lubwalubwa iwe cogito.we dont have all the time on earth.some of us want to chew part of our tax thruogh these noble works before others start chewing it for masankho .did we not plan ?.it has taken too too too….. long to complete

Joster
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This is the life line of power generation in Malawi. Why were the Chinese not involved? We have lost patients in hospital due to blackouts. Lake Malawi and Shire river have been drained due to the disturbance at Liwonde Barrage. The project is in wroñg hands.

angoni apaphata
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What else do we expect in Malawi? Next will be requests for more funding

Cogito Ergo Sum
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It’s not a simple job. We can understand. Think the contractors should not be pushed by political dead lines. Let them work according to the dictates of the job.

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