Ituri: the company Mont Gabao reassures the continuation of the rehabilitation works of 8 km of the road network of the city of Bunia

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Bunia, August 8th, 2022 (CPA).- The head of the Mont Gabao company, Mr. Akilimali, reassured the continuation of the rehabilitation works of 8 km of the road network of the city of Bunia that the provincial government entrusted to this execution unit, during the ceremony of the official launch of the said works by the military governor, Lieutenant General Johnny Luboya N’kasham.

« Nothing can preside over the cessation of the rehabilitation and modernization works of 8 km of the road network of the city of Bunia that his company is carrying out », said in substance Mr. Akilimali who maintained that all is already ready for the liveliness of the construction site.

« The asphalt plant, the crushers, the heavy machinery are there so that this work can be completed within four (4) months in accordance with the deadline set by the Project Owner », he reassured.

Mr. Akilimali specified that the axes concerned by the project are the road leading to a hotel near Bunia airport (1 km), from the civil prosecutor’s office to the Yambi Yaya district (1 km), Avenue de la mairie ( 1km), the Hoho district (3 km), the Saïo district axis (3 km), i.e. a total of 8 km.

To this end, he invited the inhabitants of the capital of Ituri, the first beneficiaries of this project, to support and encourage his company rather than to criticize.

Previously, the provincial authority urged the Mont Gabao company to maintain this pace of work even after the state of siege which can be lifted at any time, according to the will of the Head of State, stressing that it will not be good that after this exceptional period the enthusiasm of Mount Gabao stops.

In order to multiply these kinds of works, Lieutenant General Johnny Luboya N’kasham called on economic operators to regularly pay the various taxes and levies to give the government of the Republic the means necessary for the realization of several other works.

The head of the provincial executive asked economic operators in Ituri to follow the example of their peers in North Kivu who contribute significantly to the modernization of their province instead of indulging in the temptation of tax fraud. ACP/