Luanda, Angola, 21 April – The repair of 450 kilometres of primary road network in the Angolan province of Cabinda, started in 2008, is due to be concluded by the end of this year, Angolan news agency Angop reported.
According to the local director of Angola’s Roads Institute (INEA), Adelino Jacinto, most of the roads are currently receiving their final layer of asphalt.
Construction companies Encica, the Mota/Engil consortium and Aerovia are carrying out the repair work on the roads.
For two days, the deputy ministers for Public Works and Youth and Sport, José Joanes André and Jaba Alberto, respectively, visited the region in order to observe the progress of construction of the football stadium where some games of the Africa Cup of Nations (CAN 2010) are due to take place as well as progress on some roads. (macauhub)