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updates on Bumpe Bridge...



In order to ensure the safety of the personnel on the operations and to minimise further damage to the bridge, a heavier tonnage of equipment is to be added to those already on site. It will help to expedite the removal of the trapped dozer and trailer from the bridge.

In the meantime, a team of SLRA Engineers is engaged in light grading and spot improvement works along the Njala - Sembehun Junction Road to ease vehicular movements along the alternative route.

In another development, the Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Emma Kowa -Jalloh and the Member of Parliament for constituency 078, Bo District, Hon. Habib Fabbah have provided two  motorized speed boats with 40 horsepower outboard engines and 20 life jackets to enhance the safe crossing of people across the Tabe River.

Additionally, the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) and the Sierra Leone Maritime Administration (SLMA) have provided 40 new life jackets for local boat operators to ensure the safety of the community residents that cross the Tabe river by boat.


  1. From a distance no one would have thought of a light equipment to lift the dozer off that bridge. Kudos to the fisheries ministry for the support and too surprised that the disaster management unit lacks basic equipment.


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