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Sangm?lima-Bikoula road in Cameroon to be delivered this year

The construction works of the 65 km Sangmélima-Bikoula road in the southern region of Cameroon that is currently 83% executed as per the observation made by the Central African country’s Minister of Public Works, Emmanuel Nganou Djoumessi are expected to be completed by September this year.

This announcement was made by the project contractor, Kayson Inc, which is a privately-owned Iranian engineering and construction company that provides world-class Project Development, Project Management, Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Financing, Investment & utility operations, and Maintenance operation.

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According to the officials of the Iranian company, the site will be delivered subject to the resolution of some compensation problems for residents of KP 63 to KP 64.5, which are still pending before the administration of Cameroon.

Noteworthy, these compensations coupled with the difficulties and technical failures of Kayson Inc, were moreover the main reasons for the delay in the construction of this road project which begun back in October 2012 according to data from the Ministry of Public Works of Cameroon (Ministère des Travaux Publics de Cameroun).

Therefore, if the deadline of September is respected, the project implementation will have taken approximately 9 years to complete.

Boost to trade between Cameroon and DRC

The delivery of this road, which links Cameroon to the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo, will help boost trade between the two nations, as it is a link in the Sangmélima-Ouesso cross-border.

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