FEC to deliberate on Lagos mega city development authority Wednesday

Lagos State mega city
Lagos State mega city

The revitalization of the Lagos mega city development authority would be top on the issues to be discussed at Wednesday’s meeting of the Executive Council of the Federation.

President Goodluck Jonathan is expected to table the memo No. EC(2012)4 for deliberation by members, who would also consider the request for the ratification of the President’s anticipatory approval for some companies to be exempted from incorporation in Nigeria before doing businesses here.

Other issues slated for discussion, includes approval of payment of way leave compensation in respect of some power projects under the Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC) Limited as well as approval for the supply of excitation regulation parts and protection relays and services for 18 gas turbine units at Sapele, Ihovbor, Egbema, Calabar and Gbarain power plants.

The other items also listed on the agenda include request by the President for approval of variation order for some unpriced items in the engineering procurement and construction (EPC) contracts for the construction of distribution injection sub-stations and power lines, change in work and site relocation and claims in various distribution zones scope.

The meeting would also consider the report of the seminar on managing Nigeria’s pluralism for peace and national development for senior executive course 33 of 2011 national Institute, Kuru, as well as report of Nigeria’s participation at the 36th session of the United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organisation(UNESCO) general conference held in Paris, France, last November to be presented by Minister of Education Ruqayyatu Rufai.


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