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Oyo revokes 22 contracts from contractors over inability to meet deadline

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Oyo state authorities on Thursday mentioned that it has commenced the revocation of about twenty-two contracts from 22 contractors dealing with some initiatives within the state.

The federal government famous that it’s going to not hesitate to revoke extra initiatives.

The state authorities maintained that the revocation grew to become crucial as a consequence of failure of the contractors to satisfy anticipated deadlines.

In keeping with the federal government, some contractors dealing with some initiatives on renovation and development initiatives, underneath 2012-2018 UBEC/SUBEB Intervention Challenge have didn’t ship.

Govt Chairman, Oyo State Common Fundamental Schooling Board, Dr. Nureni Adeniran who addressed the contractors on Thursday, famous that the contracts could be terminated following a breach of contract phrases.

Adeniran who spoke on behalf of the state authorities, famous that most of the contracts, together with these awarded by the earlier administration had been dragging since 2018.

Adeniran, added that that is in contravention of the timeframe of the contractual settlement which stipulated two (2) weeks for completion of borehole and most of 24 weeks for completion of Mannequin faculties.

He mentioned the board wouldn’t hesitate to use applicable sanctions towards these defaulting contractors, who’ve failed to satisfy undertaking specs within the execution of UBEC/SUBEB jobs within the State.

He additionally threatened to revoke extra initiatives ought to the contractors didn’t ship as anticipated.

Adeniran mentioned, “The message right here is evident, the job has taken too lengthy, your failure to ship on the agreed dates is affecting the wellbeing of our kids, we’ll reverse the contract”, he mentioned.

“We’ve issued a number of warnings, that is concerning the third time.

“We have to revoke the contract and provides these that can do the job.

“The rule of thumb is evident and we’re not going to compromised.”

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