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NASSIT inspects Sewa Ground construction

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“We are building an ultra modern market place that will serve majority of our traders at Rawdon Street, Sani Abache Street, Wilberforce Street, Ecowas Street and many other places. We are into this as a result of the fact that we want to provide accommodation for our traders, and also it our social economic guided project, which means we are not looking for one hundred percent investment but we are also salvaging some social problems.” Khalipha mentioned.

He furthered that the construction of the mall was expected to be completed by November – December 2017, while adding that they have already completed similar project in Makeni, Kenema and Bo.

He further explained that their initial plan was to commence with the Freetown project, but they have issues with the availability of space, that situation prompted them to start the project in some other places around the country.

Tejan confirmed that the cathedral school building will be completed in a month time, as he added that his institution has been closely monitoring all the projects connected to the Sewa Ground project, to ensure that all the projects meet their achievable deadline.

He stated that there would be forty two classrooms with offices for head teachers and toilet facilities in the ongoing construction of the Cathedral Primary and the Bishop Johnson Memorial Secondary Schools.

Fredrick Jones uttered that the construction of the mall is at it completion stage. He pointed out that they have confronted with several challenges such as labor, shortage of water supply among others; he established that they will meet their target provided if they continue to work at their current pace.

The Engineer for the schools project, Abu Bakarr Conteh stated that his team has been working tremendously to complete the school buildings within the next two weeks.

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