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Niger threatens to revoke uncompleted contracts


MINNA –  The Niger State government has warned contractors handling its projects in the state to complete them on schedule or have their contracts revoked.

The Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Alhaji Ndako Kpaki, gave the warning on Monday while inspecting works at the new Neo-Natal and Maternal Clinic in Minna.

He called on the contractors to complete their jobs according to the required standards.

“Contractors handling various government contracts must ensure quality work and speedy completion of their projects,’’ he said.

Speaking on the project, Kpaki urged the contractor to complete it before the stipulated Oct. 1, saying the clinic would be inaugurated on that day.

He later presented three Toyota Hilux pickup vans to the ministries of health, works, and the Directorate of Public Private Partnership, and advised the MDAs to utilise the vehicles to supervise projects under them.

Responding, Alhaji Muhammed Kudu, Director-General, Public Private Partnership, assured that his office would ensure that contractor handling the clinic delivered on time.

He said when completed, the clinic would ensure that maternal mortality rate was reduced to the barest minimum

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