Gemshu Secures 1.2b Br Road Project

Jun 8 , 2019

Ethiopian Roads Authority launched the construction of a road between Shukute to Chlute in West Shoa Zone of Oromia Regional State. The road will be constructed by Gemshu Beyene Construction Plc. The 63Km long road will consume over 1.2 billion Br and will connect three woredas - Jeldu, Abuna Ginde Beret and Ginde Beret, according to Habtamu Tegegn, director general of Ethiopian Roads Authority. The construction project is expected to take three years to complete, meanwhile, the Ginchie-Shukute road project is being built at a cost of 898 million Br and is making good progress. “The new asphalt road construction will stimulate the region’s economy by making it easy to transport agricultural products,” said Shimelis Abdissa, deputy president of the Oromia Regional State.



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