Public resources have gone to waste after a newly tarred tarmac on Kafula Road in Chipata has been damaged.

Public resources have gone to waste after a newly tarred tarmac on Kafula Road in Chipata has been damaged barely 2 months after it was worked on.
The damage follows an underground water pipe burst almost on the middle of the road near Chipata District Agriculture offices.
The situation has inconvenienced motorists, who are now forced to use one lane of the road, which was recently re-constructed by Sable Construction Company.
And Chipata Municipal Council Public Relations Officer, Tawonga Kaonga says that the local authority has directed Eastern Water and Sewerage Company to repair the pipe.
By 12 hours, Engineers from Eastern Water and Sewerage Company where busy carrying out works on the site.
Ms. Kaonga however, did not state how much it will cost to repair the damage on the tarmac.
Meanwhile about half a billion Kwacha has been used to upgrade Obote road into concrete level in Moth residential area near Saturday market.
Ms. Kaonga says that 80 per cent of the works that include putting cab stones on the sides have been completed.

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