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Mon, 19 Feb 2018 18:31 - Updated Mon, 19 Feb 2018 18:31

Mbanza Kongo Bus Station abandoned two years ago

Mbanza Kongo - The public bus station in Mbanza Kongo, northern Zaire province, has been inoperative for over two years, a situation that is creating embarrassment in the loading and unloading of passengers by inter-provincial and inter-municipal public transport operators.

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Photo: Pedro Moniz Vidal

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Photo: Pedro Moniz Vidal

Zaire: Current state of Bus station of Mbanza Kongo

Photo: Pedro Moniz Vidal

 Angop learned Monday that the infrastructure that includes two buildings, one of them for ticket offices, administrative area and a park for buses and taxis, is in a state of total abandonment.

Inaugurated in 2014, the aforementioned bus station was able to end, while it was in operation, the anarchy that was registered in the embarkation and disembarkation of passengers, in the city of Mbanza Kongo, as well as to congregate, in a single enclosure, all the companies of transport that operate in the region.

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