Mfum Bridge’ll Enhance Nigeria’s Participation In AfCFTA – Fashola

July 29, 2021 The Tide News 0 Comments

The Minister of Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola, has described the newly constructed Mfum bridge as a “strategic infrastructure’’ that will enhance Nigeria’s participation in the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA).
Fashola disclosed this while carrying out an assessment of the work done on the Mfum and Ikom bridges, both in Cross River.
The Tide source reports that the 408-metre- long Mfum bridge, which connects Nigeria to Bamenda in the Republic of Cameroon, was constructed by Nigeria in collaboration with Cameroon.
According to the minister, the bridge will facilitate trade in agro produce, as well as merchandise manufactured in Aba, Abia.
“This is a very strategic infrastructure that will take Nigeria to the future for many more decades and facilitate relations with our brothers in Cameroon. Read More.

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