Governor Obi once again called on international organizations to come to the aid of Anambra State on tackling the menace of erosion in the State. He made this call yesterday at the Sacamori site , Onitsha, while conducting the House of Representatives Committee on Erosion led by the Chairman, Hon. Uche Ekwunife around some erosion sites in the State. Gov. Obi who said that Anambra State had over 1000 active erosion sites, some of which the State had worked or was working on, revealed that work would commence on 12 other sites in few days time. He said the State had over N2b Naira saved for the projects and expressed optimism that his successor would continue along the same path. Explaining the Work the State Government had done in Sacamori before the Federal Government came to her rescue, he said that even the money voted for the project was not enough considering the scope of work and the terrain of the area. Speaking on their visit, the leader of the Committee, Hon. Uche Ekwunife thanked the Governor for personally conducting the members around erosion sites, unlike some States where the Governors did not show concern. She said the Governor’s action was a sign of commitment to the people. Speaking further, Hon. Ekwunife who, with other Committee members drilled the contractor handling the Job on all aspects of the job, expressed satisfaction with the quality of work but noted that it was grossly underscoped. She directed the contractor to make available all the papers relating to the job, including copies of complaints he wrote the the Ministry of Environment and the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation for further details.