Vice President Faisal Naseem launched Fenaka Corporation’s remote monitoring mechanism, which allows the state utilities company to monitor all generator sets in 154 powerhouses operated and managed by Fenaka across Maldives.
VP Naseem initiated the mechanism at the opening ceremony of the ‘Engineering Symposium 2019’ organised by Fenaka, which was attended by 189 technical and engineering staff of the company.
Speaking at the ceremony, the vice president underscored the improvement in Fenaka's services over the past year, noting the installation of 60 new generator sets in some of the most critical sectors.
He went on to reassert the government's commitment to root out corruption and unlawful gains. Highlighting the citizen's dreams and hopes in electing the current administration, he called on all institutions and everyone in the service sector to do their part to stop wrongful acts, and be more efficient and productive.
The VP also reiterated the government's impartiality, assuring that it would not neglect any island or community regardless of its population, and urged Fenaka to serve the people to the best of the company's abilities.