The East Sepik Provincial Works Department will steer the construction of three road networks of 44 kilometers that will link people to government services.
The project will be implemented, under K3 million, from the Sepik Oil Palm Government-allocated funds, for infrastructure development.
The 44 kilometers of roads covers Yekimbole-Kinambo, Boim-Witipi and Witipo to Kumbi-Koro.
It will give access to eight thousand hectares of State land that the Oil Palm project will be established.
This week local MP, Richard Maru presented the cheque, to East Sepik Provincial Works Manager, Samuel Moses.
Mr Maru highlighted the construction of these roads, will link people to government services.
He appealed to the people to appreciate developments taking place in the District, and refrain from causing interference through compensation and misinformation of the projects benefits.
Meanwhile Prime Minister Peter O’Neill will pay a visit to Drekikiar and Yangoru next week, and launch several projects like the roads.