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Gulu-Kamdini road construction commission today
Publish Date: Apr 04, 2014
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By Ernest Tumwesige              
                                 
Ministry of Works and Transport is to commission the construction of Gulu-Kamdini and Kamdini-Kiryandongo roads today (Friday).

Uganda National Roads Authority Public Relations officer, Dan Alinange said the construction from Gulu-Kamdini which covers a stretch of 62 kilometers will cost sh62b and Kamdini to Kiryandongo covering 96 kilometers will cost sh56b.
 
Alinange said the construction, which has been divided into two phases and funded by the government will be done by China community Construction Company.

He noted that the construction will last for 24 months and expected to end by April in 2016.

Gulu Mayor George Labeja said negotiations to have the construction start from the town had been finalized and okayed by the works ministry.
 
 

 

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