Economic Tarring Begin on Bamenda Roads

Verterinay-Ngeng Junction stretch

Commuters in Bamenda have woken up this Sunday 18th December with plenty joy as the North West Regional Delegation of Public Works have started works on the urban road network.

They have started the double surface dressing from the Veterinary Junction to Ngeng Junction.

Speaking in an exclusive chat with the The Observer,Ngwainbi Paul, Regional Delegate of Public Works hinted that the works will be carried out to minimize the dust in the city of Bamenda.

The streets have really been dusty since the potholes were dealt with. This caused the Delegation to water the roads at least twice a day but few hours after, with the heavy traffic, the roads become dusty again.

MINTP Delegate to the left

Ngwainbi Paul notes that the Delegation will do it's best to make Christmas enjoyable in Bamenda this year with better roads.

Stones and other debris were taken off gutters over the last two weeks before reaching this stage.

This economic tarring comes after delays in tarring the urban perimeter of Bamenda. Works that have stalled for more six years now.

One of the major complaints before the conflict in the North West morphed into an armed conflict was the road network in Bamenda.

Happy that something is being done, many passersby are only wishing thay permanent works are done on the road.


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