BameHlevi road set for completion by January ending

Residents along the Bame–Hlevi road have expressed joy at the near completion of the much needed road.

Speaking to Joy News some residents said the bad nature of the road was a big challenge to the economic activities in the area especially accessing one of the biggest markets in the Volta region, Kisifli.

“It is a big relief to us that the Bame –Hlevi road is due to be tarred and completed by January which will enable economic activities to bounce back to normal. We are happy and thankful to the MP Emmanuel Bedzrah and government for a swift response to our plight; a resident said happily

Emmanuel Omari, the foreman of the Muudu Construction Company, the firm constructing the road, disclosed that the five –kilometre Bame –Hlevi road will be tarred by the end of January 2016.

The completion of the road has delayed, but Mr Omari explained that it was “due to delay in payments we could not complete this on time but hope to get the road tarred and ready by January ending 2016’’.

The Bame-Hlevi road in the Ho West district of the Volta Region formed part of the 16.5 kilometre Bame –Dzolokpuita road which has been under construction since 2011

Chairman of the Government Assurance Committee who is also the MP for Ho west Emmanuel Kwesi Bedzrah in an interview with Joy News said government was committed to completing this and other projects.

“I am impressed at the progress of work despite challenges and hope that by the end of January the roads will be tarred so that the economic lives of the people can be improved,” Bedzrah said.


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