Only enemies of progress write petitions against ASMATA PG - market chairman

By Chinwe Nwacha, Onitsha

Facts emerged Thursday, that only enemies of progress in Anambra State markets, that write petitions against the President General, PG, of Anambra State Markets Amalgamated Traders' Association, ASMATA, Chief Humphrey Anuna.

The chairman of Amalgamated Tyre Dealers Association, ATDA, Nkpor, Idemili North Local Government Area, Chief Charles Ikeli, made this disclosure, while reacting to alleged petitions against the appointment of Chief Anuna, as the ASMATA PG.

According to the ATDA chairman,  the appointment is well deserved as Chief Anuna, has leadership experience, having served as ATDA former chairman, ASMATA taskforce chairman and Aguata zonal chairman of ASMATA.

"Those writing petitions against him should turn a new leave and join in building a new ASMATA that will restore the lost glory of markets in the State. When he was the chairman of ATDA, he provided security and was the one who built the hall for the traders.

"Those who said he has no shop in the market are liars because he has shop at unity line, warehouse and as an importer, so many traders through him became importers" he revealed.

The ATDA chairman who installed  pipe bone water in all the 13 lines in the market, hinted further that in the event of any fire outbreak, water is there to assist in quenching the fire.

He assured that Chief Anuna would repeat what he did in ATDA at ASMATA and urged the traders to give him maximum support stating that it was now that Anuna assumed office as ASMATA PG that the 5 per cent of the revenue collected by traders for State Government was increased to 10 per cent.

"It may interest you to know that traders have been collecting 5 per cent of revenue allocated for State Government but when Chief Anuna came on board, it was increased to 10 per cent, courtesy of PG Anuna, and the traders are happy because the successive ASMATA leaderships could not be able to do that," he further stated.

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