A resident, Jacob Nakoja, told JoyNews that the inhabitants had resorted to utilizing a trail that was dangerous because it was a lonely, woody walk.
He had also voiced concern regarding the transportation of examination papers for the ongoing West Africa Senior High School Certificate.
However, Jacob Nakoja, speaking to JoyNews, expressed relief that the government had come to their rescue.
He stated that travelers are currently free to move from one end to the other.
“Work is being done on the Chereponi-Wapuli-Yendi Road.” The route is now passable and accessible to traffic. “We were told that the government hired MAWUMS construction firm and that everything was completed,” he claimed.
The resident also expressed gratitude to the media for highlighting their predicament.
“We thank God and the media for providing us with a platform,” Mr Nakoja continued.