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Sat, 05 Sep 2020 16:34 - Updated Sat, 05 Sep 2020 16:34

Government rehabilitates Bolongongo/Quiquiemba road

Bolongongo - The earthwork of the road linking Bolongongo municipal headquarters and the municipalities of Terreiro and Quiquiemba, in Cuanza Norte province, over a 60-kilometer route, is estimated at 889.2 million kwanzas.

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The work, lasting 10 months, includes the deforestation of 10 meters of roadside and the construction of rainwater drainage ditches.

The two-lane road of four mere widths will also benefit from signs of bridges and bridges.

The works, in charge of the contractor Tecnovia Angola, are part of the Integrated Plan of Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM) and will provide 25 jobs for young people in the municipality of Bolongongo.

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