Hon. Milupi further expressed sadness as to why the road was left to be in a bad state for a long time.
“No road should be allowed to deteriorate to the level of the current state of the Livingstone – Sesheke highway,” he said.
He said the road was likely to be considered for financing under the Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement because of its economic nature.
He said it was unfortunate that the previous administration boasted about undertaking massive infrastructure development when other key roads in the country had been left to deteriorate.
“The lesson from this is when you do a road, maintain it to ensure it lasts according to the desired lifespan,” Hon. Milupi said.