By Libya Herald reporter.
Tunis, 16 September 2017:
The Beida-based interim prime minister Abdullah Al-Thinni has been carrying out a series on engagements today in his home town of Ghadames.
Accompanied by several of his ministers and deputy ministers as well as heads of parallel institutions appointed by him, he inaugurated several projects in the border town including a new water system and further public housing as well as laying the foundation stones for a sports stadium and a campus of the Mohamed Ali Al-Senussi University.
He was due to go on Zintan and other towns in the Jebel Nafusa.
Those with him included his ministers of labor and social affairs (Masoud Sawa), defence (Younis Farhat), his acting interior minister (Hussein Alabbar), justice ministry undersecretary Ms. Sahar Banoun and key officials such as the head of the transport authority, Mohammed Abdul Qadir and chairman of the General Authority for Electricity and Renewable Energies, Fakhri Al-Massmari.