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FEC approves N2.57bn for procurement of operational vehicles for FRSC

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday, approved a total sum of 2,578,948,164.36 for the procurement of operational vehicles for the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC),

Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina who disclosed the information, noted that contracts for the supply of the vehicles were awarded to Dangote Peugeot Automotive Nigeria Limited and Messers Mikaino International Limited.

According to Adesina, “I will give details on approval given to the Federal Road Safety Commission to procure operational vehicles. So FRSC got approval to buy operational vehicles.

“One was given to Dangote Peugeot Automobile Nigeria Limited and then the second one was for a re-procurement of saloon cars in favour of Messers Mikaino International Limited. Everything came to 2,578,948,164.36 kobo only.

“Please note that the contracts were secured by a locally based automobile supplier. Dangote Peugeot is to supply within 30 days while Mikaino international is to supply within 14 days.

“So for Dangote Peugeot, it is to supply 18 Landtrek pickups at N18,172,875.00 each totalling N145,383,000.00 and another 90 number at N20,889,999 each totalling N1,880,099,910.00. And then for Mikaino it is to supply 20 number Nissan Almera Acenta at the cost of N12,255,000.00 each”

The Minister of Education, Adamu said Council also gave approval for the National Examination Council (NECO) to print sensitive and necessary materials in the sum of 5,107,364,373.62.

Also approved was a contract for the supply of 18 ambulances fitted with medical equipment to 18 of the nation’s unity schools.

Adamu said, “We have more than 100 of them but the contract is for 18, we just decided to select three in each political zone.

“The third approval is a contract for the perimeter fencing of Usman Dan Fodio University in the sum of N3,269,761,783.43 to Amis Construction Nigeria limited.”

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