What FEC will discuss, Wednesday

The FEC meeting is still about contract awards.


The Federal Executive Council will, Wednesday, continue with its tradition as majority of the issues it will be discussing are about contract awards and approvals.

Aside from two issues which are policy related, the other eight issues to be discussed by the FEC at its weekly meeting are about the approval and augmentation of contracts.

The two policy-related issues to be discussed by the Council are “implementation guideline on the new visa policy;” and “approval for the counterfeit medical products, and unwholesome processed food (prohibition and control) bill, 2012,” to be presented by the Health Minister.

Some of the contracts to be discussed by the council include infrastructural development projects for the Niger Delta Development Commission; supply and installation of 80 units of image mark reader scanners by the National Examinations Council; Supply of radiation and explosive detection devices; and a revision of the total cost of the Shagari irrigation project to be presented by the Minister of Water Resources.

Other contracts to be discussed by the council include the completion of a road, water works, and construction of Auchi Poly pedestrian bridge, all in Edo State; resuscitation of the Utor bridge along Asaba road in Delta/Edo State; construction of Wudil-Utai road in Kano/Jigawa State and rehabilitation of Kontagora-Rijau road n Niger State; as well as the augmentation of the contract for the completion of the rehabilitation of Funtua-Gusau road in Sokoto State; all to be presented by the Minister of Works.

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