OLAMABORO LOCAL GOVERNMENT COUNCIL, KOGI STATE
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE UNDERLISTED PROJECTS
The Olamaboro Local Government Council Kogi State in compliance with the Public Procurement Act 2007 invites interested, competent and reputable contractors to tender for the:
Lot I Janitorial Services.
Lot II Supply of Toyota Corolla and Ford Edge.
Lot III Drilling of Borehole at Ojodachai Ward I. Drilling of Borehole at AgaligaEfabo-Imane Ward II. Erosion control (filling gully) at Ogugu on Adumu Road. Construction of Dual Carriage Road with Asphalt over-lying with line drain on both sides from Okpo-township main road to the Local Government Secretariat and inter-locking of the front of the Secretariat.
a. Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) (Photocopies).
b. Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three years: 2014, 2015 & 2016.
c. Company profile indicating personnel, equipment and professionalism.
d. Bank Reference Letter with evidence of financial capacity.
e. Copy of VAT registration certificate and evidence of remittance.
f. Evidence of experience with similar jobs executed (if any).
g. Evidence of payment of non-refundable Tender fee of N150, 000.00.
h. Evidence of registration with Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP).
i. Evidence of registration with Olamaboro Local Government, Okpo.
j. All interested contractors should visit the Local Government for site inspection and collection of bid documents.
k. Opening of bid date would be communicated later.
SUBMISSION OF BID DOCUMENTS
All submission of bids should be made not later than Fourteen (14) days from the date of publication in a sealed envelope marked ‘Bid’ on the right corner to the Secretary Olamaboro Local Government Tender Board Okpo.
This invitation should not be construed as a commitment on the part of Local Government Tender Board Committee to enter into any form of contract with any Company nor shall it entitle any company to make claims from the Tender Board.
DIRECTOR OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT/HLGA
OLAMABORO LOCAL GOVERNMENT, OKPO
SOURCE: NIGERIAN TRIBUNE