Tuesday, 8 February 2011

WORKS AND SUPPLY MINISTER MIKE MULONGOTI HAS DISPELLED ASSERTIONS BY SOME SECTIONS OF SOCIETY THAT THE STATUS OF ROADS IN THE IN THE COUNTRY IS IN BAD CONDITION

WORKS AND SUPPLY MINISTER MIKE MULONGOTI HAS DISPELLED ASSERTIONS BY SOME SECTIONS OF SOCIETY THAT THE STATUS OF ROADS IN THE IN THE COUNTRY IS IN BAD CONDITION.
SPEAKING IN AN INTERVIEW WITH RADIO PHOENIX MR MULONGOTI SAYS CERTAIN ROADS ARE DIFFICULTY TO WORK ON DURING THE RAINY SEASON AND IN THE END MAKES THEM IMPASSABLE BUT THAT DOES NOT MEAN GOVERNMENT IS NOT LOOKING AND FINDING WAYS OF COMING UP WITH A LASTING SOLUTION.
MR MULONGOTI HAS POINTED OUT THAT THE DESCRIPTION OF ROADS IN THE COUNTRY  AS BEING  PATHETIC IS AN EXAGGERATION ON THE INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS’ PART BECAUSE NOT EVERY ROAD IS IN BAD SHAPE.
MR MULONGOTI SAYS STARTING NEXT MONTH, THE MINISTRY WILL START ASSESSING THE DAMAGE ON THE ROADS AS BY THEN THE RAINS WOULD HAVE SUBSIDED .
PUBLISHED BY AUGUSTINE M SICHULA

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