A Chinese and a local contractor were deployed to build a bridge and the road on credit, following the prolonged delay in the release of District Funds for the two Morobe Province.
People in Ross Seymour's Huon District will get to travel the first ever built 38 km road, while the people in sam Basil's Wau Bulolo District will have access to 20 km bridge.
Sam Basil says he wants the National Government to see how members of the Opposition are struggling to deliver services to the people with the little they have.
The two Opposition members were quoted saying the bridge and the road would be named as Marape Dinau Bridge and O'neill-Marape Dinau Road respectively.
Opposition leader Belden Namah accompanied Sam Basil and Ross Seymour yesterday as again there doubts against the finance department over the release of funds for the members of the Opposition.
It's understood while other government MP's have received their DSIP funds, the 6 Opposition members are yet to get theirs.
The members of the Opposition say, the Finance Minister James Marape, has a personal vandetta against them, which lead to the delay in the release of their District Funds.