Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said he would support the proposed second bridge crossing the Kemena river if there’s a viable plan for such project.
“If you have a good plan for the bridge I’ll be happy to support it,” he said replying to Dato Morshidi Abdul Rahman, the executive chairman Golden Gulf International Flying Academy (GGIFA) suggestion for such a bridge.
Morshidi said, that a second bridge was needed to further spur balance development on both sides of the Kemena river.
According to Morshidi the parent company of GGFIFA Gulf Golden Square had submitted a proposal to the state government through Bintulu Development Authority on a private financing initiative (PFI).
He assured the state government would look into the proposal.
“However the chief minister the financing need to be studied carefully before the project to be seriously considered,” he said at the signing GGFIFA MoU signing ceremony at Bintulu Airport on Monday.