Alebtong District Launches 800 Meters Low Ceiling Road

By Steven Enatu


Alebtong District local government has today the 20th May 2022 launched the tarmacking of 800mters low cost ceiling road.

Roads are the arteries through which the economy pulses. By linking producers to markets, workers to jobs, students to school, and the sick to hospitals, roads are vital to any development agenda.

Local council five chairperson Alebtong Dickens Odongo said the roads will improve on accessibility.

The 800meters road works is being undertaken by dynasty construction limited at a cost of 353,489,075 million for a scope of three months and is funded by Rural Transport Infrastructure (RTI).

Robert Adyama the Resident District Commissioner Alebtong District said that roads make crucial contribution towards economic growth and development.

“The government recognizes that an efficient road network is crucial to the success of its social and economic initiatives, it’s upon this that I called upon the contractors to do work well” he said.

Adyama noted that the road works is part of the infrastructure and economic transformation strategy for the District.

“The NRM Government is committed to bettering the transport infrastructure in the country and this is part of the economic transformational infrastructure  and strategic thought for Alebtong” he said.

The soft spoken RDC warned the contractor against shoddy works.

The management Dynasty construction limited pledged a good outcome of the project.

“We are going to ensure quality work, being technical enough in the local ceiling and will do work according to specifications” he said.

Steven Odongo the Deputy RDC Alebtong appreciated the role of the NRM government in the drive towards social economic transformation.


“The roads make crucial contributions towards the economic growth and development in line with social benefits” he stressed.

The Chief Administrative Officer Simon Bimbona said the construction was part of government policy.



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