MP Molwyn Joseph tours Cashew Hill to assess road rehabilitation work


Member of Parliament Sir Molwyn Joseph toured the flood prone area of Cashew Hill on Thursday to assess the ongoing rehabilitative work in the area.

The aim is to alleviate the water stagnation and mosquito breeding there.

Among the plans for the low lying community is better drain and gutter management as well as the upgrading and resurfacing of the white maul roads in the area.

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  1. Nothing but the same old bullshit pappishow. Dem can’t fool us all the time.

    Get rid of all the scamps in politics once and for all regardless of party affiliation. Our nation and our people need representatives who will better our nation and our people not their personal bank accounts and their ass kissers.

  2. Finally they are doing something for the area. You know how long the people have been living under these conditions? Election must be coming soon. They didn’t do it before covid time, but all of sudden they find money to do roads when pensioners can’t get paid on time and people hungry. Let’s see if this is just a patch job to last until election. We know by now the games this government plays.

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