Cameroon’s ministry of Public works has explained that some nuzzles must be replaced at the degrading Yaounde-Douala road which split a few days ago.
An estimate of about 200 billion FCFA has been made.
Mr Daniel Abouna Zoa, the ministry’s coordinator of infrastructure projects explained;
“We have investigated and we know exactly the number of nozzles that were built between 1982 and 1986. A specific action plan has been set and we classified the nozzles we need to replace into 3 categories”
Mr. Zoa further explained that there are 134 nozzles to be urgently replaced. Those to be replaced in a very short term are 143 and there are 132 to be replaced in the future. This makes it a total of 409 nozzles to be replaced, reports Business Cameroon.
At the moment, 10 billion FCFA has been raised while about 47 billion FCFA is need this year 2017.
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