Millennium Project Completion Agency – Zambia has engaged a contractor to conduct remedial works on some segments of the Bombay Bridge in LUSAKA.
This is at a cost of 10 Million Kwacha.
MPCA Director Communications and Sanitation, JOHN KUNDA says the contractor will be expected to mobilize on site next month to start the remedial works, which are expected to be completed before the end of the year.
Dr. KUNDA says the repair works will be carried out on parts that have defects and also have been vandalized by the community.
Speaking in an interview with ZNBC News, Dr. KUNDA said currently the agency and the contractor are carrying out critical pre construction works which include resettlement, environmental and social assessment.
Dr. KUNDA has since called on the community to safeguard the infrastructure as the monies which are being spent to carry out remedial works would have been channelled to other drainage repair works.
He however said the Bombay drainage has been able to help remedy flooding in some parts of the country.
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