NACCIMA President expresses sadness and Condolences on the sudden death of Alhaji Sanusi Maijama
By Lubem Gena
The National President of NACCIMA Hajia Saratu Iya Aliyu has expressed shock and sadness on the sudden death of Alhaji Sanusi Maijamaa one of the leading National officers of Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA) and a former President of the Coalition of Northern Chambers of Commerce Industry Mines and Agriculture(CONCCIMA).
Alhaji Maijama’s died suddenly today, 28th December after a brief illness.
The NACCIMA President in a statement she personally signed extolled the virtues of Alhaji Maijamaa who was scheduled to represent NACCIMA at an investiture ceremony in Sapele on Sunday 29th December but fell ill and died just some hours before departing for that assignment in Sapele.
Alhaji Maijamaa served NACCIMA and the Northern Chambers in several capacities.
The rest of her statement reads as follows:
“He did a lot to build up the Chambers movement as veritable platform to promote the activities of private sector operators at State and National levels.
“He also served on the Board of several National Agencies such as the Tax Board. As Chair of NACCIMA Membership Committee he did a lot to expand Membership of NACCIMA by encouraging capacity building of Chambers in all parts of the country.
“He also worked assiduosly to expand corporate Membership of NACCIMA bringing in major and prominent Companies and multinationals Corporations operating in Nigeria into the NACCIMA fold.
“NACCIMA is deeply saddened by the death of Alhaji Sanusi Maijamaa and hereby expresses deep condolences to his immediate and extended family, the Bauchi State government, the Bauchi Chambers of Commerce and Industry and the Nigerian Chambers movement in general.
“A fitting tribute in his honour is to continue his good work and commitment to ensure capacity development of Chambers across the country, for a thriving private sector and pursuit of the idea of Co-prosperity he actively promoted for the well being of the people.
“May his soul Rest In Peace”.