He said the project is over 107 projects worth over N163 billion the company has successfully undertaken since 1999 when it began operations in Nigeria.
He noted that despite the delay of work in the site due to the nationwide lockdown last year, the work has attained significant progress.
“We had a slight delay due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and Governor Zulum ordered the suspension of work in the site during the lockdown”, he said, assuring that the project specifications and construction meet global standards.
The bridge was designed to ease the notorious gridlock in the Customs House, a roundabout that links the city to international highways leading to Cameroon and parts of Central Africa. It was initially expected to be completed within 18 months.