Oyo State Government Approves N332million For Renovation Of Governor’s Lodge In Lagos

The Oyo State Government on Thursday announced the approval of over N332million for the renovation of the governor’s lodge situated in Lagos State.

This was stated in a short statement the government issued to the general public, announcing that the project together with others were approved on Wednesday during the meeting of State Executive Council.

The statement reads: “Regularisation of the employment 129 workers at the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to enable them get all the benefits of civil servants.

“The award of the clearing of the North-East segment of 110 km Rashidi Ladoja Circular Road which commences from Badeku area along Ibadan/Ife expressway to Molarere on Moniya-Iseyin Road (36.7 km). The project was awarded to M/S Picoraod Company Ltd at a sum of N3.5billion for a duration of six months. The works include; bush clearing (150m width), removal of top soil, construction of culverts and some earth works.

“The award of the remodelling and renovation of the Governor’s Lodge, Guest Chalets, Boys Quarters and Liaison Office at Ikeja, Lagos. The project was awarded to Feyton Lanreolu Associates Limited at a sum of N332,134,999.05 for a duration of three months.

“⁠The award of asphaltic improvement of the dualised Mapo-Oritamerin Road (0.5 km) as additional works on the asphaltic improvement of the dualised Bus top Gate-Molete Bridge. This project was awarded to Ratcon Construction Company Limited at sum of N373,809,539.41.

“The sum of N691,307,039.86 to be invested in Wema Bank rights issuance programme as part of plans to secure the future of Oyo State.

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