South West Development Authority (SOWEDA) has finally handover the completed road rehabilitation that links the villages of Bokwaongo, Bwassa, Likombe, Mapanja and Bonjongo in the Buea Council area.

The road is aimed to facilitate evacuation of produce, enhance development, ease up mobility and link up the peripheral settlements to the central markets of Buea.

The 10km road which kick-off in May 2020 is worth USD 48,516.47 (FCFA 26,791,300) was handed over to the council which brought joy all over the five villages.

Divisional Officer for Buea, Abba Abdouraman during the handover ceremony urged the population to revive community works to keep the road passable all-round the season.

He said that after suffering in their enclave over the years the populations of the five villages now have an opportunity to carry out their economic and social activities through a sure road.

Meanwhile SOWEDA General Manager, Dr. Besong Ntui Ogork said it was the beginning of more amenities to come like the potable water scheme planned to be installed in the area any time soon.

In a bid to promote maintenance, working tools were offered to the local road management committees to enable them carry out constant maintenance of the thoroughfare. Such tools wheel barrows, manual rammers, shovels, spades, pick axes, crow bars, cutlasses, rakes and hand files.


Source: Cameroon Tribune 


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