Newsoyo Revokes 22 Contracts From Contractors Over Inability To Meet Deadlin
> Oyo state government on Thursday said that it has commenced the revocation of about twenty-two contracts from 22 contractors handling some projects in the state.
The government noted that it will not hesitate to revoke more projects.
The state government maintained that the revocation became necessary due to failure of the contractors to meet expected deadlines.
According to the government, some contractors handling some projects on renovation and construction projects, under 2012-2018 UBEC/SUBEB Intervention Project have failed to deliver.
Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Adeniran who addressed the contractors on Thursday, noted that the contracts would be terminated following a breach of contract terms.
Adeniran who spoke on behalf of the state government, noted that many of the contracts, including those awarded by the previous administration had been dragging since 2018.
Adeniran, added that this is in contravention of the time frame of the contractual agreement which stipulated two (2) weeks for completion of borehole and maximum of 24 weeks for completion of Model schools.
He said the board would not hesitate to apply appropriate sanctions against these defaulting contractors, who have failed to meet project specifications in the execution of UBEC/SUBEB jobs in the State.
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