WN/R: Essam to KBK Road Construction Works Will Begin Soon - Bia West DCE
By Soleyfootball | self meida writer
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Hon. John Koah has revealed that works on the Essam to Kwamebikrom will soon begin after awarding the contract
The Bia West District Chief Executive, Honorable John Koah has disclosed that the stretch that links Essam and Kwamebikrom township will be constructed soon.
In an interview on Winners FM (104.9) Essam, the hon. Chief Executive revealed that the contract has been signed and awarded to Feeder Roads department, hence indigens should be calm as works will soon begin on the road.
According to him, he knows that many people within the district are tired of complaining, after several complains and demonstrations yielded nothing in some years ago.
However, he is now promising all members within the district, especially those who uses the stretch that works to rehabilitate the road will soon begin.
He also urged the district to keep calm about the poor nature of their roads by lamenting that their share of the national cake is on its way, and as the President promised that we still in the year of roads, hence they will surely benefits from it.
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