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Lamu port, ready at 20 per cent

First of the 3 berths will be ready before june 2018

17-04-2017 by redazione

The construction of the port of Lamu is 20 percent.
He said yesterday the press the director of Lappset project (Lamu Port South Sudan Ethiopia) Silvester Kasuku.
According Kasuku have already been prepared three docking and the first will already be operational in June 2018, while the other two will run until December 2020.
The total construction includes an extension of offshore structures of more than 700 meters and with the conclusion of the whole work will have a structure that will enter in the Indian Ocean for 1.2 kilometers with a width of 750 meters.
The treasury secretary Henry Rotich of Kenya has assigned the next budget an additional 10 billion shillings, another 29 will arrive in partnership between public and private sectors.
The dredging of berthing area, for which many environmental organizations and local fishing communities have protested (the area would also Unesco World Heritage) will begin on October 15th.

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