Jan 22, 2022 Letters
Kaieteur News – Articles have appeared in the press denouncing the deplorable condition of the roads in various parts of our country. One such recently appeared in Kaieteur News regarding the Parika to Hubu Road.
Residents of MAHAICA CREEK have a similar complaint as the horrible condition of the road in this farming community where rice is paramount, leaves much to be desired. On one occasion, shoddy work was done by a selected contractor to a bridge on the road, which became almost impassable after the worst rainy season.
Recently, some work was done to a small portion of the road but with such sub-standard input, that a similar fate looms. This road was traversed several times by Government Ministers and on many occasions, promises were made to the residents that repairs to the road would be prioritised. To date however, those hollow promises were “swept under the carpet”. The previous writer has alluded that we may have to wait until the next election.
No. 10 Mahaica Creek
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