In the Eastern province of Zambia where i have spent almost half of my adult life is a politically a "swing state". This trend has driven many asparing political suitors to make endless and often times unfulfilled promises. These promises include improving road transport. In many case, i have wondered really, as what comes first; a community needy or how much the road will cost against the economic benefits that will accrue to both individuals and government. What do you think?
"Sam, you are right to out the generic colosal cost of western style road infrastructure. In Zambia, we are equally faced with this challenge given the current regime's quest to interlink the country through good communication and transport…"
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