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70 per cent of the construction of the 2nd Niger bridge, placed on its users- Ndigbo Unity Forum

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Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ndigbo Unity
Forum, NUF, has faulted the nomination of Senator Ike
Nwachukwu as leader of Ndigbo delegates at  the on-going national
conference.
In a press statement to newsmen in Onitsha, Anambra State, shortly
after its one-day national convention, yesterday, the group said it was
rejecting Nwachukwu’s nomination for failing Ndigbo in the past.
In the statement jointly signed by Augustine Chukwudum, President
and Chinedu Onyebuchi, Secretary-General, NUF said it is only
worthy Igbo sons and daughters who had proven themselves through
positive contributions to Ndigbo that should be saddled with the
responsibility of representing Ndigbo.
On the Second Niger Bridge project, the group said:  “We have read
and found out that the Second Niger Bridge is going to be constructed
under Public Private Partnership, PPP arrangement that is going
to place almost about 70 per cent of the construction of the bridge on
its users.
“We condemn that arrangement, and called on President Goodluck
Jonathan-led administration to stop taking Ndigbo for granted.”
On Boko Haram insurgency, NUF called on the Northern Elders
Forum to sit up and stop playing blame game.
“We also call on the youths of Northern region to begin to take
responsibilities because it is a pity that a region that has produced
great men like Aminu Kano, Ahmadu Bello, Tafa Balewa, Shehu
Shagari and others, will allow visionless people to be in charge of
their affairs,” it said.
On the nomination of Abia State governor, Theodore Orji, as
chairman of South East Governor’s Forum, the group urged Orji
and other governors in the region to live up to their responsibility and
ensure that the development of the region was not hampered by party
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