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The Edo State Government wishes to construct 6 classroom quadrangle blocks at the Government Science and Technology College Benin. Consequently, the Government wishes to invite reputable building contractors to prequalify to undertake the project.
• Construction of 6 classroom quadrangle blocks, (Project Code: CPG02-CRB-001)
The project involves development of the following:
• Single storey classroom quadrangle blocks each for 400 students
• External works & services
Interested and competent contractors wishing to carry out the works on the above listed project must submit the following documents:
(A) Mandatory Requirements
(i) Must be registered with the Edo State Public Procurement Agency or Ministry of Works
(ii) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission.
(iii) Certified true copy of Memorandum and Article of Association.
(iv) Evidence of payment of tax for the last three (3) years as at when due (such evidence should reflect the value of the projects undertaken by the Company in the last three (3) year(s).
(v) Certificate of Compliance issued by the National Pension Commission as evidence of fulfilling employer’s obligation to employees with respect to pension.
(vi) Evidence of payment of training contributions to ITF (Industrial Training Fund).
(B) Other Requirements
(i) Comprehensive company’s profile.
(ii) Proposed Management team. Organisational Chart, with CV’s of key personnel to be deployed on the Project.
(iii) Evidence of successfully executing a single project within the last five years, similar in scope & complexity, and costing not less than NGN1billion. (Copies of letters of award & successful completion certificates and supporting reference letters should be attached)
(iv) Reference letter from bank stating willingness to grant a credit line to carry out such a project.
(v) Current Company’s audited statement of accounts for the past 3 years, and duly stamped by a registered Auditor. (Note that account statements will be compared with submitted tax clearance certificates)
(vi) List of equipment to be deployed for the project and evidence of ownership or lease.
(vii) Proposed method statement for the execution of the project.
(viii) Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy.
(ix) Quality Assurance Policy (Evidence of ISO Certifications will be an advantage).
(x) Evidence of commitment to Local content policy.
(xi) Company’s registered address, functional contact email address, GSM phone number(s) and facsimile number(s).

Application for Pre-Qualification, accompanied by the above listed documents should be forwarded in wax sealed envelope boldly marked at the top left corner:
“Pre-Qualification for the construction of 6 classroom quadrangle blocks at Government Science and Technology College Benin (Project Code – CPG02-CRB-100)”
And addressed to:
The GSTC Benin Rehabilitation Programme Office
C/O The Chief of Staff,
Office of the Governor
Edo State Government
Denis Osadebe Avenue
Benin City
All submissions must be received on or before 5pm at the above Office address not later than 10th March, 2017.
All submissions shall be opened immediately after the close of bid submission.
(a) This is not an invitation to tender. Full tendering procedures will be applied to contractors pre-qualified and found capable of executing the project.
(b) Only Successful Contractors will be contacted for the tender process.
(c) Nothing in this advert shall be construed to be a commitment on the part of the Edo State Government.
Programme Management Office


Oxfam GB (OGB) is a part of Oxfam International (OI), which is a worldwide confederation of 18 organizations working for change and development. OI’s vision is a just world without poverty. Oxfam works in response to humanitarian need in more than 120 countries. A simple and inescapable truth underlines everything we do at Oxfam: there’s enough wealth in this world to go around. It’s unfortunate that people live in poverty. It’s unjustifiable. It’s not just their problem. It’s ours too. And with the right support, we can beat poverty and injustice.
Driven by that belief, Oxfam began operations in Nigeria in 1965 and since then has been working to save lives by providing humanitarian response, builds sustainable livelihoods, transforms attitudes about women’s rights and promotes more active citizens, and a more accountable state and private sector adopting a rights based approach.
OGB is currently implementing several donor funded Food Security and Resilience Livelihoods projects (1) The PROACT project (Adamawa and Kebbi) has an overall objective of improving the food security, nutrition and resilience of vulnerable households in disaster and conflict affected communities in Kebbi and Adamawa States of northern Nigeria, it is working with the private sector to increasing food reserves through supporting farmers’ access to agriculture inputs and technologies: and enhancing the purchasing power of vulnerable HHs through integrating cash transfer into agriculture production support. It also seeks to improve the wellbeing of communities and households (HHs) through by focusing on developing resilient livelihoods through integration of humanitarian relief, socio-economic development, and empowerment advocacy as well as improving social protection/safety nets and strengthen market systems. (2) VSLA community organizing project in the middle belt (Benue, Nassarawa and Plateau) deliberately seeks to build the resilience of communities through provision of financial services, insurance, influencing through “advocacy for pro-poor policies from the capacity they acquire as a result of the structured training methodology of their savings groups. (3) The GROW campaign (covering the whole Nation) with emphasis on budget tracking, climate and agriculture finance and Female Food Hero that has made gender the cornerstone of the implementation strategy where women’s resilience is recognized and celebrated.
In addition to the ongoing programs, OGB expects to open new offices in Borno and Taraba states with new programs in resilient livelihoods where the organisation seeks to link recovery and rehabilitation to development
Oxfam in Nigeria is currently going to a transition into one Oxfam. Because of this transition process and the commitment with her relevant stakeholders, OGB requires a consultant on a short term basis to provide specialised technical support in the area of weather index insurance as well as being the technical agricultural lead on the new resilient livelihood program development in Borno and Taraba States.
Given the short timeframe available to deliver, there is a need to hire a high level consultant with prior experience working in Nigeria who has a sound understanding of the local context in Adamawa, Kebbi, Borno and Taraba States and who is able to hit the ground running multitasking both on program development, proposal writing and specialised skills ie, on weather index insurance.
Overall objective of the consultancy
Lead the charge in proposal writing for targeted donors especially the European Union and Gates Foundation.
Develop a weather index insurance in a bid to de-risk investment in agriculture and make it more attractive for farmers and investors
Specific deliverables
Within 40 days consultancy, the consultant is expected to accomplish the following:
(a) Package 2 proposals for both multilateral donor and Foundations.
(i) PROBUILD Borno full proposal. The project will increase access to basic needs and strengthen resilience in communities affected by the insurgence through social protection, creation of employment , and the promotion of livelihood opportunities (with a special focus on women, youth and vulnerable households) The project has four results: (1) Social protection systems and safety nets for conflict affected people, in particular women and youth, established or improved (2) Households return to places of origin or resettlements accompanied and (re)integration in communities facilitated: (3) Employment opportunities created, in particular for women and youth, in areas such as afforestation, waste and debris management and urban renewal: (4) Vocational training provided and skills of displaced people developed with the aim of generating revenue, setting up small businesses and facilitating the (reintegration within local communities
(ii) Market access and participation of small scale farmers in agricultural value chain in Taraba State. The project will grow a resilient commodity value chain and rural enterprise that benefit small-scale farmers in Taraba state. Nigeria. The Action is to fast track agricultural productivity, promote access to market, increase income and improve socioeconomic stability in selected communities the State. The project has four results: (l) Vulnerable small scale crop, fish producing and cattle grazing households increase their productivity through access to new production methods and improved extension services; (2) Vulnerable farmers and micro agro entrepreneurs in local communities have improved access to existing and virtual market opportunities: (3) Local governance of natural resources is improved through community-led natural resources management, participative planning and effective political dialogue: (4) Government agricultural policies and programs are responsive to the needs and priorities of farmers and value chain actors
(II) 2 concept notes for consolidating the Village Savings and Loans Project in Benue, Nassarawa and Plateau
(III) In collaboration with Oxfam Nigeria, develop the Weather Index Insurance for PROACT project in Adamawa and Kebbi
• Excellent analytical and critical thinking ability, with a Bachelor degree in agriculture, food security, climate change or a related field of study with 8-10 years of field experience in food security, agriculture, and resilient livelihoods, including experience in emergency response and recovery following natural disaster; and social protection/safety nets.
• Sound theoretical and practical understanding of both, disaster risk reduction, adaptation to climate change and sustainable natural resource management, including multiple approaches that involve mitigation, adaptation, restoration, risk reduction, vulnerability reduction, livelihoods and sustainability.
• Substantial experience of working in DRR/CCA/vulnerability areas
• Ability to design, implement and report on food security emergency programmes.
• Proven ability, and preferably experience in working in areas of chronic poverty and inequality; preferably in Northern Nigeria
• Experience of evaluating the impact of livelihoods interventions and of the analytical principles that structure household economic analysis and sustainable livelihoods.
• Proven ability of understanding and applying issues related to gender and women’s rights in a development context.
• Proven ability, and preferably experience at supporting and influencing others through advisory roles, with multi-cultural teams.
• A high degree of self-motivation, an ability to work towards institutional goals, and proven examples of delivery of tasks while operating under pressure.
• Well-connected within a network of professionals working on food security, adaptability and development issues.
• Experience in working with and building capacity of civil society groups, including community based or established NGO’s
• Knowledge of Information Technology and ability to use such in programming and learning.
Action points:
Oxfam has opened up this consultancy to a limited number of consultants with in-depth knowledge of the Nigeria context and resilient livelihoods work in Nigeria. You are expected to submit by February 28th 2017 a cost proposal with a clear methodology on how to deliver on expectations to: Decision will be reached by March 3rd 2017 and the successful candidate will be contacted. Work will commence on March 6th 2017 at 08:30 am at Oxfam Abuja Office. If by March 3rd, you have not heard from Oxfam GB, you have probably not made it to the final stage this time around.


WaterAid is an international non-governmental organisation established in 1981 in the United Kingdom with a focus exclusively on improving poor people’s access to safe water; improved hygiene and sanitation (WASH) in developing countries. Learn more about us by visiting our website:
WaterAid has been operating in Nigeria since 1995 and in line with the requirement of a newly approved country strategy; we seek to engage the services of suitably qualified service providers in the areas of:
SERVICE AREA Detailed Scope of Works
a Outsourced Information Technology support services The contracted bidder will typically be a company in the business of providing IT solutions expected to deploy competent and suitably qualified staff to provide onsite IT user support services to our staff at the office in Jabi, Abuja. Such staff will be expected to possess IT certifications including CCNA, MCSE, or Comp TIA.
The person should be able to:
Troubleshoot IT cases, report IT incidents, take backup and log it.
Repair or liaise with warranty companies for IT equipments repairs.
Install software as should be assigned.
Monitor server room power supply to ensure there is no unplanned shutdown.
Support routine network administration.
Carry out new IT equipment setup including network configuration, software image build and installation.
Troubleshoot Network and Microsoft service related problems.
The organisation should be accredited as IT service provider by a global IT company.
b Office cleaning and maintenance services The successful bidder will provide cleaning services at the WaterAid Nigeria office in Abuja including general cleaning of all offices; dusting and cleaning of all furniture; emptying and cleaning of all dustbins and shredders; general cleaning of all glass doors and windows; general cleaning of all electrical gadgets, partitions, and wooden doors; washing of all hard floors, corridors and stairways: general cleaning and disinfecting of all toilets; general cleaning and -removal of all cobwebs from all ceilings, corridors and outside walls; daily gardening (cleaning of the car park, mowing of all the lawns, raking of the garden, pruning of shrubs and hedges, weeding and watering of the garden) and other weekly, monthly, and quarterly general cleaning of the office premises. The successful bidder will also be expected to assign a staff member to provide daily janitorial services in the office.
Interested firms are required to submit an expression of interest that should include the following information:
(a) Company profile providing information on office location, staffing structure and evidence affirming prior experience providing similar services for corporate clients.
(b) Tax clearance certificate for 2014, 2015 and 2016.
(c) Financial quotation detailing number of persons to be deployed for the task, their positions and proposed salary per month.
(d) Letters of reference from at least 2 current clients for whom the bidder is offering a similar service – please note that WaterAid will exercise the right to independently and objectively verify the references for any bidders being considered.
Submission and closing date: Hard copies of the documents should be in a sealed envelope with clear marking indicating the category of bid i.e. either ‘IT Services’ OR “Cleaning Services” at the top right hand side of the envelope.
All bids are to be submitted latest 12 noon on 01 March 2017 to the following address:
WaterAid Nigeria
8 Mike Akhigbe Way Off Obafemi
Awolowo Way Jabi, Abuja
Late submissions will not be accepted.
Please Note:
WaterAid reserves the right to reject any or all submissions which do not meet the requirements as specified.
The evaluation of the received documents shall be strictly based on the requirements as specified above.


The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) in furtherance of its mandate on Human Capital Development intends to embark on Skills Acquisition and Employment generation training Programmes for the youths and women of the Niger Delta Region. Specifically, the Commission is requesting for Expression of Interest from reputable and competent Training / Skills Development Firms for some of the NDDC Skill Acquisition Programmes.
The Commission is requesting for detailed proposals in the following Skills Areas:
(1) Welding & Fabrication
(2) Furniture Making & Woodwork
(3) Catering & Confectionary
(4) Food Processing
(5) Home Management (Tie & Dye)
(6) Modern Printing Technology
(7) Fashion Design & Tailoring
(8) Computer Technology / Programming (middle & high levels)
(9) Entertainment Industry
(10) Solar Power Maintenance
(11) Maritime Technology
(12) Entrepreneurship Development
All interested and competent consultants are invited to submit all relevant documents to be used for pre-qualification exercise as follows:
• Certificate of Incorporation with CAC, Form C07 and Co2;
• Audited Accounts of the Company for the past three (3) years;
• Evidence of Current Tax Clearance Certificate (TCC) for the past three (3) years duly certified and issued by the FIRS, expiring by December 2016;
• Company profile showing the profiles of the promoters of the company, CVs of the management and staff;
• Details of the company’s community relations policy and strategy to ensure smooth execution of the project;
• Evidence of good understanding of the peculiarities of the local environment especially in areas such as language affinity, effective community liaison potentials and details on local employment;
• Evidence of up-to date Annual Returns;
• A verifiable evidence of compliance with Statutory Pension Act, by inclusion of PENCOM Compliance Certificate.;
• A verifiable evidence of registration with Contribution to industrial Training Fund (ITF), by inclusion of ITF compliance certificate;
• A sworn affidavit that none of the Directors of the Firm is an ex-convict or Firm is Bankrupt;
• A statement of interest including a statement of ability to undertake the job (within agreed time frame);
• Other information to facilitate the evaluation of the consultant’s capability and track record;
• Company’s contact person and address including email and web site addresses if available. Website and email addresses of the firm;
• Letter of Commitment that with or without Mobilization, the contract will be delivered; and
• Each Consultant is allowed to propose for only one of the above listed services.
(1) Professional Registration of the principal partners of the firm with appropriate professional body.
(2) Evidence of Registration on the national database of Consultants and service providers by inclusion of Interim Registration Report (I RR)
(3) Area(s) of specialty of firm
(4) A detailed Proposal of the Skills Area that your Company wants to handle for the Commission, showing
(a) The type of Training
(b) Curriculum
(c) Strategy for delivery
(d) Evidence similar training done
(e) The Faculty, including CVs
(f) Entrepreneurial Development Capabilities
(g) Training Facilities
(5) Evidence of Relationship / Interface with Employers of Labour / the relevant Industry will be an advantage
(6) Letter of reference, evidence of payment for similar jobs done in the past
(7) CASHES and quality Assurance policies of the firm
(8) An itemized strategy with time schedule to ensure the smooth delivery of the project
(9) Any other information that will facilitate the evaluation of the consultant’s capability and track record.
Consultants are expected to substantially comply with the above requirements as failure to comply fully may weaken the consultant’s case. Consultants are to submit only genuine and verifiable documents as consultants who submit fake or fraudulently obtained documents would be disqualified and the attention of the relevant security agencies may be called, if necessary. All submitted responses would be evaluated on the basis of documents submitted and authenticity of the corporate consultancy’s competence
• The selection of consultant will follow the Provision and Procedure laid down in the Public Procurement Act 2007.
• Only consultants that have been prequalified would be advertised on NDDC website.
• Consultant can seek clarification or request for additional information by writing officially to the officer listed below before the deadline for the submission of the EOI.
• Consultant are advised not to try to influence the selection process as this would lead to immediate disqualification of the consultant and the consultant may also be barred from seeking other contract opportunities from the Commission.
• All costs incurred by any consultant in the preparation and submission of the Request for Expression of Interest to be borne entirely by the consultant.
• NDDC reserves the right to reject any or all Requests for Expression of Interest and to terminate the entire selection process at any time without any explanation and without any liability to the Commission.
The Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) written in English Language must be submitted in two (Technical and Corporate) neatly sealed envelopes marked at the top left corner “REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST” to the address stated below on or before 12:00 noon, on 7th April, 2017:
The Director,
Directorate of Commercial & Industrial Development
Niger Delta Development Commission
167 Aba Road, Port Harcourt
Rivers, State.
NOTE: This advert supersedes the one previously advertised as Request for Proposal, published in four national newspapers on Wednesday, 22th February, 2017.


The Niger State Ministry of Investment, Commerce, and Industry hereby invites prospective buyers to express interest for outright purchase of Niger Fertilizer Company Limited, Zungeru.
Niger Fertilizer Company Limited, Zungeru is situated in Zungeru Town in Wushishi Local Government Area of Niger State, in the North-Central part of Nigeria. It is approximately two and a half hours drive from Abuja by road. The company was incorporated in 1997 as a fully integrated fertilizer blending plant for the production of NPK Fertilizer. The company is 100% owned by the Niger State Government with a designed capacity of 16,000 metric tonnes of NPK fertilizer per annum. It is our desire to cede this company to the private sector under an arrangement to sustain the State Government’s objective of providing fertilizer to its citizenry.
In order to be pre-qualified, prospective buyers must supply verifiable evidence of their ability to own a fertilizer blending plant. In this regard, the following information will be required.
Letter of comfort (proof of ample financial resources minimum of 1 billion Naira), from reputable financial institution.
(4) Interested buyers should indicate their interest by providing the following documentation and information:
• CAC Registration;
• Full name of the company and the contact person, postal address, telephone number and e-mail address;
• Brochure showing Ownership structure;
• Three years current tax clearance certificate
• Memorandum and Articles of Association
• Any other additional information that may enhance the application.
• Failure to provide the above information in full will render an application invalid
All submissions must be accompanied with a non – refundable payment of N500.000 in bank draft payable to “Ministry of Investment, Commerce and Industry” and submitted to the address below. Upon receipt of Expressions of Interest from interested buyers, the Ministry of Investment, Commerce and Industry shall evaluate applicants to select the preferred bidder.
(6) Five (5) copies of the Expressions of Interest (EOI) and financial bid must be delivered in two separate envelope clearly marked “Expression of Interest to purchase Niger Fertilizer Company Limited, Zungeru and the other envelop clearly marked “Financial Bid” and delivered to the address below not later than Thursday, 6th April, 2017 by 12 noon.
(7) BID OPENING: All bids are to be opened on Thursday 6th April, 2017 by 1:00pm prompt.
Late submissions will be rejected.
The Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Investment, Commerce and Industry,
P.M.B. 11, Abdulkareem Lafene Secretariat,
Opposite State House of Assembly Complex,
Paiko Road, Minna,
Niger State, Nigeria.
RC NO. 333615
NIPEX TENDER NO: 1000001809
ADDAX PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT (NIGERIA) LIMITED (hereinafter referred to as “APD(N)L”) invites interested and pre-qualified Contractors to respond to this tender opportunity for the Provision of Surfer & Zodiac Boats for Field Maintenance and Production Personnel in APD(N)L’s OML-123 facility, as detailed in item 2 below. The contract is proposed to commence in Q3, 2017 and continue for a duration of 2 years with APD(N)L having the sole option to extend for an additional year.
This Scope of Services covers the provision of two surfer and two zodiac boats in OML-123. The boats will perform inter-site transportation for the transfer of personnel, chemicals and equipment to the various platforms and locations associated with APD(N)L’s offshore operations in OML-123.
As a minimum requirement, the selected Contractor who must be wholly Nigerian owned shall have the necessary experience and capability; and shall be fully responsible for the supply of the surfer & zodiac boats which must comply with the following:
• Vessel must be Nigerian owned, Nigerian registered and Nigerian crewed.
• Vessel shall be fitted for oil field support services and related duties
• Vessel must be fitted with suitable surfer landing platform for the transfer of personnel by surfer & zodiac boats
• Vessel may also be deployed in support of other operations always within OML-123
• Vessel shall have a Master and full complement of the officers and crew, all of whom shall be competent and capable of carrying out the services.
• 2 x Surfer Boats
• 2 x Zodiac Boats
• Seat capacity not less than 25 passengers per boat.
• Not more than 5 years at the commencement of contract.
• Sufficient hand-held intrinsically safe portable and watertight marine VHF sets with spare batteries and charger; marine frequencies: 06, 15, 16, 12, 13 and 14 (minimum).
All other related equipment, tools and experienced personnel necessary to satisfactorily perform the Services.
The selected Contractor will be responsible for the mobilisation and subsequent demobilisation of its equipment, tools and personnel between place of origin and APD(N)L’s OML-123 location where the Services are to be performed.
(3.1) To be eligible for this tender exercise, interested Tenderers are required to be pre-qualified in the 3.08.01 Tugs/ ROV Support / Diving Support Vessels (Product/Service) category in NipeX Joint Qualification System (NJQS) database. All successfully pre-qualified suppliers in this category will receive Invitation to Tender (ITT)
(3.1.1) To determine if you are pre-qualified and view the product/services category you are listed for: You may visit NipeX NJQS Website at and access NJQS with your log in details, click on ‘continue Joint Qualification Scheme tool, click on check my supplier status’ and thereafter click on’ supplier product group’.
(3.1.2) If you are not listed in a product/service category that you are registered with at DPR to do business, you may contact NipeX’ office at 30, Oyinkan Abayomi Street, Ikoyi, Lagos, with your DPR certificate as evidence for verification and necessary update.
(3.1.3) To initiate the JQS Pre-qualification process, you may access to download the requisite application form, make necessary payments and contact NipeX office for further action.
(3.1.4) In addition to 3.1 above, Tenderers shall also be required to comply with the Nigerian Content requirements in the NipeX system.
Tenderers are to note that they will be requested during the technical tender to provide details of their relevant strategy to ensure that they fully comply with the Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry Content Act, 2010 as provided at in view of the fact that non-compliance will constitute a fatal flaw in all contract evaluations.
In light of the above, Tenderers shall be expected by the Nigerian Content Development Monitoring Board (NCDMB) to:
• Demonstrate that the entity proposed for execution of the service, is a Nigerian Registered Company, or Nigerian Registered Company as the contracting entity in genuine alliance or joint venture with foreign company with details on scope and responsibilities of parties for this work. Such companies must show evidence of joint venture binding agreement duly signed by the CEO of both companies including evidence or plans of physical operational presence and set-up in Nigeria
• Furnish details of company ownership and shareholding structure. With photocopies of its CAC Forms C02 and C07
• Provide evidence of what percentage of its key management positions are held by Nigerians and what percentage of the total work force are Nigerians. And also show overall percentage of work to be performed by Nigerian resources relative to total work volume.
• Provide a Nigerian Content Plan with detailed description of the role, work scope, man-hours and responsibilities of all the Nigerian companies and personnel that will be involved in executing the work.
• State proposed total scope of work to be conducted by Nigerian personnel (whether contracted directly or under subcontract agreements) with names and addresses including evidences of well-equipped offices and workshop.
• Provide detailed plan for staff training and development on engineering, project management and procurement (including all software to be used, number of personnel, name of organization providing such training and evidence of past training record) for Nigerian personnel including description of any specific programs in place for transfer of technology and skills to indigenous businesses and Nigerians over the next five (5) years.
• Provide evidence of domiciliation of project management and procurement centers in Nigeria with physical addresses (not P.O. Box).
• Provide detailed description of the location of in-country facilities (Equipment, storage, workshops, repair, maintenance and testing facilities)
• Provide detailed statement with evidence of how it intends to maximize the use of Nigerian made goods and services.
• Provide details on any other Nigerian Content initiative the company is involved in.
• Names of Surfer & Zodiac Boat(s) and copies of vessels certificate of registration to be attached.
• Documented evidence of vessel ownership, including any commercial, technical or legal interest held by any other entity(s) in the vessels to be considered.
• Provide evidence to show that the nominated vessels are categorized in the NCDMB NJQS marine vessel categorization database
• Provide evidence of Nigerian Content Equipment Certificate (NCEC).
Only tenderers who are registered with NJQS Product/Category 3.08.01 – Tugs/ROV Support/Diving Support Vessels as at 15th March, 2017, being the advert close date shall be invited to submit Technical and Commercial Bids’
Please note that all interested Contractors are required to strictly adhere to following conditions in relation to their response to this Advert:
• As stated in item 3 hereto, Contractors are required to be pre-qualified in NJQS under this specific Services category to be eligible to participate in this tender opportunity.
• To enable interested pre-qualified Contractors to use the NipeX System to progress this tender exercise, they should access the NipeX System and include within their company profile, a name of a principal personnel, his/her phone number and the Contractor’s general official email address for NipeX System set-up and training purposes.
• All costs incurred in preparing and processing NJQS pre-qualification and responding to this Tender Opportunity shall be to the Contractor’s own account.
• This Advert shall neither be construed as any form of commitment on the part of APD(N)L to award any contract to any Contractor and or associated contractors, sub-contractors or agents, nor shall it entitle pre-qualified Contractors to make any claims whatsoever, and/or seek any indemnity from APD(N)L and/or any of its partners by virtue of such Contractors having been pre-qualified in NJQS.
• The tendering process shall be undertaken in accordance with the NNPC contracting process which requires pre-qualified Contractors to submit their documentation in the following manner:-
(i) Pre-Qualified contractors in the relevant Product/Services category in NJQS will be requested to submit their Technical and Commercial Tenders.
(ii) Following the Technical evaluation process, only Commercial Tenders from the technically acceptable and financially qualified contractors will be opened for evaluation
APD(N)L/NNPC reserves the right to reject the submission(s) made by any and/or all Contractors at its sole discretion and at no cost whatsoever to APD(N)L/NNPC.
APD(N)L will communicate only with authorised officers of the qualifying Contractors at each stage of the Tender process, as necessary, and will NOT communicate through individuals or appointed Agents.
Please visit the NipeX portal at for this Advert and other relevant information.


This invitation follows the general procurement notice for this project that appeared in Development Business No. 693 of February 28, 2006 on-line and in DG Market.
The Lagos State Government of Nigeria has obtained an IDA credit for financing the Second National Urban Water Sector Reform Project (2NUWSRP) for the improvement and reform of the Water Supply Services in the state. Additional financing to support the realization of the credit objectives has also been obtained from the French Development Agency (AFD). Part of the AFD credit is to be applied towards Consultancy Services for Development of Electronic Lagos Water Assets Management System that will be mapped in a Geographical Information System (GIS) to improve operational efficiency and management of Water Supply system.
The Consulting services (“the Services”) will establish a complete and up-to date record of relevant data on LWC properties, plant and equipment and then develop an Electronic Assets Management System integrated with a Geographic Information System (GIS) capturing key LWC water assets including main trunk lines and ancillary infrastructures (3 major water treatment including intake plants and 48 other small treatment plants of 1-4 million gallons per day capacities). The Consultant will further design and carryout an effective capacity building and knowledge transfer exercise that will ensure sustainability after project completion. This service is expected to last approximately four (4) Months. More detailed Terms of Reference of the assignment is online at http// /tors/GIS-Asset-tor.pdf
The Lagos Water Corporation now invites eligible consulting firms (“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services.
The interested Consultants must provide a company profile indicating corporate and ownership structure, areas of business, contact details as well as documentary evidence demonstrating firm’s previous relevant experience in the areas of the project, as well as availability of qualified staff and experience in the sub-region.
The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Banks SELECTION AND EMPLOYMENT OF CONSULTANTS UNDER IBRD LOANS AND IDA CREDITS & GRANTS BY WORLD BANK BORROWERS, January 2011 Revised July 2014 available online at http:/ 956640PUB0Box3010Revised0Julyl02014.pdf (“Consultant Guidelines”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications.
A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality & Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.
Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours of and 4pm and the Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form (in hard) to same address by Thursday 9th March, 2017.
Project Office
Lagos Water Corporation Headquarters,
Room 549, 5th floor, Water House Ijora, Lagos Nigeria
Tel: +234 805 4443685, +234 802 3608243


This invitation follows the general procurement notice for this project that appeared in Development Business No. 693 of February 28, 2006 on-line and in DG Market.
The Lagos State Government of Nigeria has obtained an IDA credit for financing the Second National Urban Water Sector Reform Project (2NUWSRP) for the improvement and reform of the Water Supply Services in the state. Additional financing to support the realization of the credit objectives has also been obtained from the French Development Agency (AFD). Part of the AFD credit is to be applied towards Consultancy Services for Customer Enumeration for Parts of Lagos Metropolis to improve LWC customer database and operational efficiency.
The Consulting services (“the Services”) will include comprehensive “Customer/Household Enumeration” in clearly delineated and identified parts of Lagos Metropolis. The customer register is viewed as an essential tool, which will enhance the revenue base and long term profile of the Water Corporation. It is intended to improve collection efficiency and minimize revenue losses. LWC has a registered reported Customer Base of 180,000, but it is estimated that the status of a significant proportion of them is not known, while a number of users may have connections but are not registered.
The objective of the assignment: is to validate and update the “existing” Utility Customer Database and produce a comprehensive and accurate customer register for Seventeen (17) LWC service areas (Lagos Island, Ikoyi, Surulere, Itire, Yaba/Ebute-Metta, Iwaya, Shomolu, Ilupeju, Ogudu, Oworo, Ikeja I, Ikeja II, Oshodi, Victoria Island, Victoria Island Annex, Lekki and Isheri-Oke. This zones cut across Six (6) Regional Business Districts of South, South East, East, North East and North West. The data collected shall be used mainly for efficient Customer Billing, and will also serve to provide information necessary for future tariff studies and eventual tariff restructuring. This service is expected to be completed within four (4) Months.
The Lagos Water Corporation now invites eligible consulting firms (“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the Services.
Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services.
The interested Consulting firm shall provide a company profile indicating corporate and ownership structure, core areas of business, and copy of legal representation. Firm’s general experience as well as the specific experience in customer enumeration exercise (with documentary evidences).
Relevant experience of firm’s professional staff in respect of the proposed assignment as well as the experience in the sub-region.
The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and Ida Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011 Revised July 2014 available online at (“Consultant Guidelines”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications.
A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality & Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.
Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours of and 4pm and the Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form (in hard) to same address by Thursday 9th March, 2017.
Project Office
Lagos Water Corporation
Room 549,5th floor, Water House
Ijora, Lagos
Tel: +234 805 4443685, +234 802 3608243


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