APM sets sights on eastern region

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President  Peter Mutharika has reaffirmed his governments’ desire to develop the Eastern Region.

The president made the remarks on Wednesday afternoon upon launching the construction works for the 25km Balaka-Khwisa-Bilira road.

He cited a number of development projects that the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) led government has lined up in the region. He mentioned of the Liwonde-Mangochi road, various technical colleges and the construction of the much anticipated Machinga secondary school.

“Let me reiterate that my government has the welfare of the people of this region at heart. Therefore, I will strive to see to it that all the projects that my government has put in place are completed on time,” he stressed.

Upon completion, the road will foster various socio-economic activities among the people of Balaka, Khwisa and Bilira in Ntcheu district.

The project is being done by the Portuguese construction giant- Mota Engil LTD and will cost K2.8 billion to be completed.

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  1. I wonder if really the Govt of Peter MUthalika has a good welfare of people at heart. Why always being nepotistic when sharing the Govt developmental cake? Dwangwa- Nkhotakota -Salima Road has been there killing people’s relations for a quite number of year and Govt reaps a lot of MRA taxes thru the same potholed road! Why NOT reconstruct it ? Nkk has its own small beaches but more visitors shun going there cause of the state of the road. Please .Please Your Excellency do something on this road.
    May had it been it was a southernery road could have been on the political list of being maintained?
    Your concerned citizen of travelling.