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Supt. Wants Madina-Robertsport Highway Paved
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Supt. Wants Madina-Robertsport Highway Paved
By D. Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount County Correspondent

ROBERTSPORT, August 17 (LINA) – Grand Cape Mount County Superintendent Tenneh Kpadebah is calling on the county’s Legislative Caucus to formulate programs to pave the Madina-Robertsport highway.

Supt. Kpadebah was speaking at the county development meeting in Robertsport over the weekend.

She observed that the bad condition of that stretch of road has denied the county of certain projects that could promote development as well as trade and commerce.

In response, the Chairman of the Legislative Caucus, Senator Edward Dagoseh, said the county’s lawmakers are working out formalities to pave the highway.
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