Ohangwena Governor, Walde Ndevashiya on Wednesday attributed the government’s poor service delivery to the poor road network in the Region, saying that many areas are normally cut off from government services when it rains and when the Oshanas are flooded. The Namibia press agency reports that, delivering the annual State of the Region Address, Ndevashiya explained that the vastness of the region, poor road networks and road infrastructure coupled with the financial challenges have forced the regional political leadership to prioritise the gravelling, re-gravelling, and upgrading of some roads in the region to bitumen standard.
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