Pictures of Wonderful Kologo bridge under construction
By Alegeya | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 652 views
More than three years now, the people of Kologo, Naaga, workers find it difficult to cross over either side of the bridge when there is heavy rain fall.
The bridge is located in a shrine called (Awinchokum). And when it rains workers like teachers, nurses, traders find it difficult to cross with their cars or motors and therefore are always falsed to go back.
And the way the gravel the contractor used on the road is if it is not completed before raining season then I am afraid it will be difficult riding on it if it rains. Not only the road but the bridge also. If the is not completed before raining season it will make things waste.
Just take a look at the pictures of the bridge and the road.
The people Kologo-Naaga will be happy to see the being completed before raining season.
Teachers and nurses will equally be to riding on the to work when work on the road is actually completed.
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