Launching Two Roads Linking North to South Sudan, Taha concludes Two-day visit to South Kordofan State
8 August 2010 (SUNA)
Vice President of the Republic Ali Osman Mohamed Taha concluded a two-day visit to South Kordofan State during which he launched work in a number of roads linking between the north and south Sudan including Al-Mujlad- al-Mairam-Awel, the Capital of North Bahr-el-Ghazal State road with the length of 263 kilometres and the road of Taludi-Al-Leeri -Tunja in the Unity State at length of 165 kilometres.
The roads are financed by the Unity Support Fund and work in them is to complete in five months.
Taha also launched al-Mujlad -Abyei Road and inaugurated Al-Rahma Diary firm implemented by Zakat Chamber in Kadugli besides launching of Zakat Glorification Project in the state.
The Vice President of the Republic inspected the work progress in the projects under implementation in Kadugli that comprise the new stadium, the specialized hospital and the land port as well as botanical garden, which is to be as natural museum and tourism attraction that includes various types of trees, plants and flowers that the state is rich of them.
Taha also opened in Kawda the building of the government secretariat, a girls secondary school and Kawda new hospital.
Taha, South Kordofan State Wali (Governor) Ahmed Haroun and a number of accompanied ministers addressed mass rallies in each of Kawda, Taludi, al-Mujlad and Al-Meram.
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