Maniema avenue inaugurate tiles(SCORIS) made in Katanga
Last online Thursday, October 22, 2009
The project to date there is little it is a work of Elie Lomba, adviser to the governor, who has set up a slab for road paving. Made from slag and waste plastics, the tiles replace the asphalt with the acquisition on the international market is expensive. That determined the provincial authority to handle the mass production of this local product. To move from words to action, Maniema Avenue in the city of Lubumbashi has been chosen to host an experimental basis, the tiles produced locally. Moses Katumbi Chapwe, Governor the builder, was personally responsible for giving the go this operation covering an area of 2500 square meters.
The ceremony was held Friday, October 16 before a delighted crowd of progressive transformation and critical roads in the capital copper. On this occasion, the designer of the project has provided some practical explanations Governor Katumbi that immediately after, proceeded to lay the first slab, giving the go at covering the route of high traffic.
But the party returned to the people who, once again, welcomed the commitment of tight governor of Katanga to the province model for implementing the program for 5 yards initiated by President Joseph Kabila. Approached by the press, the beneficiary population expressed fascinated by the work of its governor. "The works speak for themselves. We are not fanatics, but welcomes the actions taken on regular field by Governor Moses Katumbi, "said women and men alike.
Upon his return from Nigeria where he had gone out with the ravens of the Almighty Mazembe, which is sponsoring the president, the governor of Katanga province, accompanied by his Minister for Infrastructure visited Kalebuka on deck Kafubu where the old structure was set aside pending the cast a new two lane bridge. The work for this book are set for three weeks. In this place, the governor has provided some advice to a young scholar on the usefulness of education.
The governor then went on the construction of the Avenue Maniema full rehabilitation with tiles manufactured in Katanga by the intelligence and local expertise on provincial government funding. Consolidation work is on the rise by the payment of tar mixed with the slag while the work of border and pipeline progressing well. The provincial authority has drawn the attention of road users not to clog the pipeline routes by throwing garbage.
The stretch of Avenue Maniema operational for the Christmas New Year.
Last online Thursday, December 17, 2009
Some two months after their launch, the rehabilitation of roads Avenue Maniema the process continues normally slag in Lubumbashi, in Katanga province. The foresight and dedication of its founder for the work done by engineers and local workers on site will have to overcome many constraints that hinder the normal progress of this work which people expect to see profit.
According to the Elias Lwamba engineer, technical advisor of the Governor, this work, funded by the provincial government must end before the Christmas season. He plans together with the opening of this route for the same period. The engineer Lwamba also justified the speed with which the work evolved in recent times that a portion of the remaining distance to the restoration of this avenue, had been supported by the Office of roads and drainage (OVD).
This has greatly advanced the progress of work. Because it allowed employees to place the pavement more easily, while indicating that there is still a considerable amount of raw materials for its construction. In anticipation of the commissioning of this section, the signs are already positioned to indicate the names of different avenues for this part of town copper. The population of this part of the city of Lubumbashi can use this section a few days if the promises made by the engineers are respected.
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