In the march toward fulfilling the vision of Governor Charles Chukwuma Soludo to make Anambra State liveable and prosperous with the best road network, the governor awarded and funded the construction of major roads in the state….CONTINUE READING....CONTINUE READING
Anambra State Executive Council (ANSEC) approved the release of the sum of one hundred and eighteen million, eight hundred and fifteen thousand, five naira, ninety-six kobo (N118,815,005.96) inclusive of Preliminaries, Contingencies, and 7.5% VAT of N8,911,125.45 for the construction of Premier Road, Onitsha in favor of Alitho Nig. Ltd.
The date of completion of the project according to a press statement by the state Commissioner for Information, Paul Nwosu on Tuesday is four weeks from the date of the payment of the mobilization fee.
ANSEC also approved the release of the sum of one billion, eight hundred and fifty million naira (N1,850,000,000.00) being the Revised Estimated Total Cost (RETC) for the construction of Ukwuorji Awka – Umuenechi Village – Ifite Nibo – Isiagu Road with a 2.1km Spur to Zik Avenue.
The contract was awarded to J. Quarison Int’l Ltd with a completion period of 5 (dry weather) months from the date of the payment of the mobilization fee.
According to the Commissioner, the reconstruction of Port Harcourt Street, Onitsha was equally accented to by ANSEC at the sum of one billion, eight hundred million naira (N1,800,000,000.00) for the reconstruction of Port Harcourt Street, Onitsha.
The contract was awarded to FEROTEX Construction Company with a completion period of 5 months from the date of the payment of the mobilization fee.
Miss Elems Road, Onitsha was awarded for reconstruction by the council at the sum of four hundred and thirty million, three hundred and eighty-one thousand, three hundred and eighty-six naira, thirty-nine kobo (N430,381,386.39). The contract was awarded to Mashuchun International Ltd with a completion period of 3 months from the date of the payment of the mobilization fee….CONTINUE READING