Parliament, Bingu Stadium dual carriage construction delays

Officials from Roads Authority are conceding that construction works for the parliament to Bingu stadium dual carriage way has delayed, saying this is due to the construction of the Area 18 interchange roundabout.

Work in progress on dual carriageway

Roads Authority spokesperson Portia Kajanga said the 24.4 kilometre dual carriage construction works were supposed to be completed in October.

President Peter inspected the road last week and said he is impressed with the quality of the dual carriage way.

“The construction of the dual carriage way and the interchange roundabout are two different projects. The construction of the roadwill finish in two weeks but the construction of the round-about will take a little longer,” said Kajanga.

She said the interchange roundabout will affect Chimutu primary school as well as exhuming bodies at an old graveyard near the school, the graveyard which has 250 bodies.

The construction of the dual carriage way will cost K6.6 billion whilst the construction of the round-about will cost K5 billion.

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Tizanka
Tizanka
1 year ago

Malawians don’t deserve the interchange very narrow thinking

Joovido
Joovido
1 year ago

6.5 billion for 24 km duel road n 5 billion for two roundabouts? ??

Ngolongoliwa
Ngolongoliwa
1 year ago

This is deliberate. Akufuna kupakulanso ndalama apa

Pita Wa Kuba
Pita Wa Kuba
1 year ago

apa mungofuna kubapo ndithu,,, nanga interchange mpaka 5,000,000,000 and inu a Kajanga,,, you are too corrupt, you award contracts to your own company but eish the qaulity of the work

chimanga Chaponda
1 year ago

Poor planning…. are you sure there is no brilliant engineer who could have known of these complications during planning? or is it just a way to steal money from poor MALAWIANS BY EXTENDING THE PERIOD AND DO AS WAS DONE IN THE MALAWI POLICE RATION CASE?

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