Wang Xinjiang (C), a Chinese engineer, works with Kenyan workers at the T-beam factory on the section six of Kenya's Standard Gauge Railway project, near Makueni, Kenya, on March 16, 2015. The project, expected to cost 3.8 billion U.S. dollars, involves the construction of about 480 kilometer railway line from the port city Mombasa to the capital city Nairobi. China Roads and Bridges Corporation (CRBC) is undertaking the project. (Xinhua/Pan Siwei)
Wang Xinjiang (C), a Chinese engineer, works with Kenyan workers at the T-beam factory on the section six of Kenya's Standard Gauge Railway project, near Makueni, Kenya, on March 16, 2015. The project, expected to cost 3.8 billion U.S. dollars, involves the construction of about 480 kilometer railway line from the port city Mombasa to the capital city Nairobi. China Roads and Bridges Corporation (CRBC) is undertaking the project. (Xinhua/Pan Siwei)

The construction of the box culvert, which forms part of the ongoing project on the Gambaga-Walewale Road, is to make both communities and their environs accessible at all times of the year.

Mr Abdallah Abubakari, the Northern Regional Minister, who inspected the construction works at Boayini, urged the contractors to do a high quality work, which would promote interaction amongst residents of both communities and their environs.

Mr Philips Samini, the Northern Regional Engineer, who was at the Site to supervise the work, gave the assurance that the project would be completed within two months.

Mr David Wuni, the District Chief Executive for West Mamprusi, urged the contractor to work on the bridges that were in a deplorable state in the adjoining communities to facilitate transportation.

Mr David Mbaga, an Opinion Leader at Boayini, said seven people drowned in the stream in the last seven years, and therefore, thanked the Government for the project.

The Regional Minister later met with elders of the Boayini Community to explain Government policies to them.

Mr Abdallah also visited the Takorayiri Community to interact with the chiefs and people there, and later inspected a water project at Wungu.

He also called on the chief of Wungu to brief him about the Water Project.

Source: GNA/NewsGhana.com.gh

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