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Chingeni, Kalinyeke Tollgate Plazas Raised 1.2 Billion

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The Road Funds Administration has disclosed that the Chingeni and Kalinyeke tollgate plazas have raised 1.2 Billion Kwacha in four months.

Speaking to news update Masauko Ngwaluko Spokesperson for the Fund said this is an increase from the 700 Million Kwacha that was realized by February this year.

Ngwaluko said the RFA has already advised the Malawi Roads Authority to start the process of rehabilitating the M1 road using the funds.

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