Onitsha Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (ONICCIMA) yesterday at its 26th Annual General Meeting
and conference raised the alarm over the politicisation of the 2nd Niger Bridge. It said the existing Niger Bridge is in a bad situation and should not be burdened with the heavy traffic daily on top of it to avert collapse.
President of the Chamber, Chief Tim Anosike, in his address during the 26th Annual General Meeting and Conference at Top Rank Hotels Onitsha yesterday, wondered why the federal government should times without number announce that the contract had been awarded to Julius Berger PLC with adequate mobilisation, yet nothing has happened at the project site.
On the forthcoming governorship election in Anambra State, the ONICCIMA President cautioned the players and candidates as well as their supporters to play according to the game and laid down rules and regulations.