Stronger protest needed for better Kwakwani road – Solomon

Stronger protest action is needed to ensure improvement to the Linden-Kwakwani Road, according to Region 10 Chairman, Sharma Solomon.

More than twenty persons, including a fifteen-year-old boy, who were charged in relation to protest action against the poor state of the road during September last year are slated to reappear in the Christianburg Magistrate’s Court, Linden, on  January 22.

Solomon in making the disclosure at the first Statutory Meeting of the Region Ten Regional Democratic Council for 2014 on Thursday, called for members of the council and the people of Region Ten to support  “those under prosecution”.

Noting that the road has become worse due to continuous heavy rainfall since the September protest, Solomon said the people of Kwakwani and Ituni had …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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