The provisional acceptance of the Kumba-Mamfe road (Kumba- Bakwa Supe-Kumbe Bakundu-Nfaitock, 104 km long), opening Cameroon to Nigeria, will be possible in December 2017, according to the Ministry of Public Works (Mintp). For the second (Nfaitock – Bachuo- Akagbe on a linear of 46,880 km) this will be in March 2018.
Meanwhile, says the Ministry of Public Works, on lot number 1, there is already the base layer that spans the full length of the 104 km planned. The asphalt concrete layer is made of 100% on the same linear. Bridge structures are 98% constructed and 98% hydraulic structures.
The work performed in lot 2 is also satisfactory with 68% of the execution rate and a consumption of the delays of 87%. Hydraulic works are 100% complete. According to the Mintp, this performance is explained by the sufficient mobilization of the companies China Communication Construction Company which carries out the work and the Provincial Transportation Engineering Group.
The Kumba-Mamfe project is financed by the State of Cameroon (CFAF 23.38 billion), the African Development Bank (CFAF 37.37 billion), the Development Bank of Central African States (CFAF 25 billion).