Lawra: Dikpe Bridge to Be Constructed – Minister

Some Lawra Residents called for their Former MP to Fix Dikpe Bridge

Minister for Roads and Highways, Kwesi Amoako-Atta has said government has earmarked 120 out of 200 programmed bridges in various part of the country for completion this year.

He made the disclosure at government’s press briefing in Accra on Sunday, May 23, 2021. According to him, this forms part of the government’s broader plan of improving the country’s road network and bring development close to Ghanaians.

Part of the programmed bridges for construction Mr. Amoako-Atta said are 50 bridges under the Czech Bridges Programme of which “bridge components are being fabricated in Czech Republic with the arrival of 21 of them in the country pending the start of work.”

This he said the contract has been awarded with preliminary designs submitted pending approval for work to begin.

Additionally, touching on completed bridges in the country, he said 69 of steel bridges across the feeder roads network are completed and will be launched under the Sinohydro Project, 20 bridges rehabilitation on trunk roads network, 13 Spanish bridges, and 7 Northern Bridges in Kulungugu, Garu1, Garu2, Doninga, Sisili and Ambalara have been completed and opened to traffic.


One thought on “Lawra: Dikpe Bridge to Be Constructed – Minister

  1. The president was in lawra before the 2020 elections to cut sod for work to start on the Dikpe bridge, the supposed contractor even brought truck loads of equipment allegedly to start work, immediately the president left lawra, the contractor vanished like thin air and as at today 27/5/2021 the site for the project is silent. So who were we deceiving? . How do except the electorate to trust and respect you with this deceptive attitude, so only politicians who are wise, the rest of the population are fools who can’t read meanings into anything.


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