Lilongwe City Council receives K1.8 billion for roads tarmac projects

Lilongwe City Council have received funding of K1.8 billion towards various roads projects within the capital city.

Lilongwe council meeting
Lilongwe council meeting
Bisnowaty speaking to Nyasa Times
Bisnowaty speaking to Nyasa Times

Some of the roads which will be upgraded to tarmac roads include 2Km Chipasula Area 23 road, 2Km NCIC to Ngwenya road, 2KM Chilinde Parish to Kawale road and 3Km Falls to Area 36 road.

However, the council has not approved dual passage for Kenyatta, Mzimba, and Kagame roads.

Other roads to be catered are; Sent Bridge-Chenicheni Mchiti, Senti-Kaunda road, Ngwenya-ZBS, OIBM to Malangalanga, Six Miles-Ntaya road, and Chinsapo Police-Ngulube.

In an interview with Nyasa Times, Member of Parliament for Lilongwe City Centre David Bisnowaty said he was “very happy” that people from his constituency will now enjoy tar marked road.

“The area has been denied access to tarmac roads for long time,” said Bisnowaty.

Lilongwe City South east constituency member of Parliament Rhino Chiphiko said the projects once finished will help in changing lives of poor ordinary Malawians.

Chiphiko said the projects will also create job opportunity to local Malawians.

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chris
chris
5 years ago

thanks for chonsapo road . koma na contracors ake akhalenso eni eni brova my councillor

Bristol
5 years ago

Bravo City Council for plans to construct tarmac roads. I know the city has many earth roads but the roads identified here need urgent attention. It is my prayer that road construction should be carried out every year and by space of five years, all important roads will have tarmac.

Backilie Buluzi
5 years ago

What about roads in area 49 Gulliver? What about the road in proper area 49 that was scraped by the Muluzi aka Buluzi administration?

zakakaliya mulopwiya
zakakaliya mulopwiya
5 years ago

This good news for our capital city. But what about roads in other cities such as Mzuzu.

Dickson Kambuku
5 years ago

Who has given the funding of K1.8billion for roads in Lilongwe city?

Zanga Zaine
Zanga Zaine
5 years ago

Nanga msewu ochoka Institute into KB to Masambabise to Msambeta School. Chonde.

Zanga Zaine
Zanga Zaine
5 years ago

Nanga msewu ochoka Institute into KB to Masambise to Msambeta School. Chonde.

mrs Ibrahim
mrs Ibrahim
5 years ago

muganizirenso zoika phula mmiseu ya mma location ngati: mu mchesi, kawale, biwi, falls ndi area 36 madera amenewa ali pafupi ndi town. fumbi laonjeza. timasilila mu area 2. Vuto ndi boma lathu silimakonda mzika zake amangofuna kudzilemeletsa okha. what a shame Malawi.

ganambara
ganambara
5 years ago

why have yuon left the road from Dzednza sec to sungwi

Nyoni phiri
Nyoni phiri
5 years ago

Miseu yake ikhale yathawi yakamuzu! Yolimba ndie kti. Kma muyamba liti ndipo muzamaliza liti?

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