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For the Head of State, this solar plant is a palliative, temporary solution before making the commitment to undertake completion of Katende dam work already carried out at 65%. Also in the governorate installations, Joseph Kabila cut the symbolic ribbon Transkac company, taking on board a bus to the main entrance to the SNCC station to return to the starting point. The President of the Republic program provides today inspection of construction of the regional road Kananga Mbuji-Kalamba. It will return to Kananga on Wednesday where he will receive the notables of the province, before returning to Kinshasa by road the same day

* The Head of State sent two messages to the people of Kananga. The first is decentralization. “I’d like to ask people to support this process because, ultimately, the goal is the development of the province, in a special way, the country in general.” The second concerns the electoral process. “At the same time, at the end of this month, on July 31, we must begin the enrollment process,” he said, drawing the attention of Kasai on the consequences of the boycott call launched by some politicians particular passage in this city

The Head of State Joseph Kabila arrived yesterday in Kananga, capital of central Kasai province, where he proceeded in stride at the inauguration of the solar plant built by the South African company Megatron. This fitted solar power plant in the southern governorate of central Kasai province has improved electricity service in the city of Kananga, which was private for over 40 years.

The Head of State supported his thumb on the “magic button” (the term of the Governor Alex Kande) and electricity expected long ago the waters of the Inga hydroelectric complex and rather Katende river comes the sun . Palliative, temporary solution, is immediately remarked President Joseph Kabila in his speech, with a commitment to undertake completion of Katende dam work already carried out at 65%. Also in the governorate facilities, the Head of State cut the symbolic ribbon Transkac society, and boarded a bus to the main entrance to the SNCC station to return to the point departure. Between the two events, he spoke, through the kanangaise population, Kasai center in particular and the Congolese in general …

In his performance, while relaxed because Kanangais come to offer him a bath memorable crowd, President Joseph Kabila recalled the commitment made in 2011, during the election campaign. One to return to this city even though its local electoral score is not significant as he had asked her suffrage. He returned there to pay the debt at this time: that of energy. Hence, the project Katende dam to cover the electricity needs for Greater Kasai.

However, due to the delay in completion of the work, he said he gave bail to the draft submitted to it by the Governor of the central Kasai: the use of solar energy, Kananga having an appropriate degree of sunshine. At this social message, the Head of State added a political message with two specific themes. The first is decentralization. “I’d like to ask people to support this process because, ultimately, the goal is the development of the province, in a special way, the country in general.”

The second, on the electoral process. “At the same time, at the end of this month, on July 31, we must begin the enrollment process,” he said, drawing the attention of Kasai on the consequences of the boycott call by passing some politicians including Kananga.

“I would like that this time, you listen to me. Especially you young people who have accompanied us to the airport so far. I know 90% of you do not have a voter card. ” The logical consequence: those who will participate in this process are likely to be candidates in the forthcoming elections. Those who will not do so will be neither voters nor eligible. For the President of the Republic, the primary objective in the medium term, the renewal of the political class.

visionary leadership

In his introduction, the Governor Alex Kande – who managed a real achievement in mobilizing its population – welcomes the first visit of Rais in the new central Kasai province. Supporting efforts by the Head of State “to mark the future through Dialogue” which he calls “a pledge of peace and national cohesion,” it renews its commitment to work under his visionary leadership. This leadership called upon to solve, among others, the perennial problem of lack of electricity with its corollary drinking water.

The formula found is that of coupling the solar plant (for 1 MW) with the power plant (2.5 MW), totaling 3,5MW fully covering the needs of Kananga, which are 1.9 MW. The governor expects the social and economic benefits of improving living of its population.

Thus, the whole world will have to remember that this is the reign and the leadership of President Joseph Kabila that moved the country and Francophone Central Africa the first symmetrical central “solar-thermal”. He had to do that, the “public-private” partnership Enerkac (Energy Kasai Central) and Snel; production equipment having been delivered by the South African company Megatron. The governor will complete his speech with the announcement of roadworks going to Angola in order to put the province to reach the port of Lobito on the Atlantic.

Let’s say the program of the President of the Republic provides today inspection of construction of the regional road Kananga Mbuji-Kalamba. It will return to Kananga on Wednesday where he will receive the notables of the province, before returning to Kinshasa by road the same day.

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