President Julius Maada Bio of Sierra Leone has cut the SOD for a road that will connect Goderich-Funkia community up to the state capital in Freetown.
Quoting President Bio, “The rehabilitation of the Funkia-Goderich road project by my government is in fulfilment of the overall government strategy to open up communities, towns and cities throughout the country and to the free flow of goods and services, helping to improve the living standards of the people.”
He further stated that his government are committed to not only improving the road network in communities but also improving the living conditions of people.
Meanwhile, Director-General of the Sierra Leone Roads Authority, Ing. Amara Kanneh, said the road work covering 1.35 kilometers around main Funkia Road and sections of Femi Turner-Gbendembu Junction would cost US$3.4 million.
Kanneh also added that the project would also cover the construction of the road leading to the jetty, as the construction of a new market will be completed in June, 2021.
Read full details on Sierra Leone government