BY LORETTA BRGIDIA MANELE
THE huge crater in Naha 4 road along with the road’s deteriorated state has convened responsible authorities to discuss how to fix it.
Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID), Solomon Water and Our Telekom met on Wednesday and site inspection was carried out at the Naha 4 road.
MID’s Deputy Director of Civil Engineering, Mr Mike Dagara said they want to work together hence form a coordinated response of how they can collaboratively address the degrading road condition at Naha 4.
Dagara raises the importance of working together and mentioned that MID cannot just proceed with the task alone.
Adding weight to the above sentiment, he explained that this is because work MID may initially carry out has a high probability of being affected by whatever work Solomon Water and Our Telekom may plan to carry out at a later date on that same site.
On another note, Dagara mentioned that MID is looking at carrying out immediate work on the road to ease traffic flow.
He furthered that although the ministry is equipped with emergency contractors, they will have to speak with responsible civil engineers before they can get a heads up on which contractor will be engaged to carry out the road work and when.