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Plan International Nigeria in partnership with Mothers Against Child Abandonment (MACA) and Africa Community Development Organisation (ACDO) is implementing BLOOM+ in Cross River State (CRS). CRS has seen recent economic growth in agriculture and service sectors (tourism and hospitality), but this growth has not led to significant reductions in unemployment in the State. In fact, unemployment of young adults aged 15-24 in Cross River State in 2012 was 35.9% compared to 23.9% in Nigeria, and the rate increased each year from 2009 to 2011 in all categories (male, female, rural and urban). The unemployment rate is said to be higher for females than males in both rural and urban areas and the Cross River State government acknowledged the challenges of school dropouts and unemployed youths. The government is currently focused on attempting to tackle these challenges with several youth-focused projects, including a microfinance enterprise fund. However, these projects could be described as a drop in the ocean of employment opportunities when compared to the number of unemployed youths in need of jobs in the State. The State Government is actively seeking new partners to help address these challenges, build youth skills, and stimulate interest in its programs.
Through the BLOOM+ project Plan International Nigeria intends to help the state mitigate and reduce these identified youth challenges by targeting young people ages 14-16, in two adjoining Local Government Areas (LGAs): Odukpani and Calabar South by building critical life skills and preparing young people for work.

Project Summary:
The Better Life Options and Opportunities Model (BLOOM) is a non-formal education program developed in 1987 that has since been adapted and applied in more than fifteen countries. The model is focused on gender-transformative delivery of life skills and empowerment of adolescents, and particularly girls.
The project in Nigeria was first implemented in Akwa Ibom State from 2006-2011 reaching more than 600 out of school youth (51% of beneficiaries) re-enrolled in formal or vocational education. Plan International Nigeria is working to implement BLOOM in Cross River State, where the levels of school dropped-outs and unemployed youths are high and the government has shown interest to support youth development. One of Plan’s additional strategies is to reinforce auricular content and place priority emphasis on locally relevant, age appropriate, transferrable employment-relevant skills (now BLOOM+) for the target populace.
The goal of the BLOOM+ project is to help 1,200 adolescent girls (80%) and boys (20%), aged 14-16, envision and attain productive future, through:
Improving youths’ life skills and capacity to make healthy choices;
Building youths’ capacities in transferrable employment-relevant skills;
Fostering community and government support for personal and career development opportunities for adolescents.
Plan International Nigeria
Plan International is an independent child-centered international development organization committed to advancing the rights of children and fight against poverty. Plan has no religious, political and government affiliation. Plan International has supported girls and boys and their communities around the world to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to claim their rights, free themselves from poverty and live positive fulfilling lives. Plan International commenced operations in Nigeria in 2014 and in 2015 started the BLOOM+ project in Cross River State. Plan International Nigeria works with communities, civil society organizations, development partners and governments to bring hearts and minds together for children.
Consultancy Assignment:
Location Cross River State
Length of Assignment 10days
Dates of Assignment TBD
Reporting to
BLOOM+ Project Manager and Plan International Nigeria Head of Programmes and Business Development
Key Working Contacts Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor, and Project Manager
Project BLOOM+ Project
Responsible Persons for TOR Plan International Nigeria – Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor
Purpose/Objectives of the Consultancy:
To evaluate the progress and quality, of the BLOOM+ project implemented by Plan International Nigeria and its partners in Cross River State, through a mid-term review and make recommendations to improve implementation in the remaining second half of the project. It will be important for the consultant to consider the findings of a previous baseline evaluation conducted in 2016 to determine the level of progress made since the beginning of the project.
The objectives of this mid-term evaluation are:
Relevance – How well is the BLOOM+ Project suited to the context of the target group and how consistent are the outputs with the project’s aims and objectives?
• The effectiveness of the programme:
• To what extent are the objectives of the programme as reflected in the programme log frames being achieved?
• Are the activities sufficient to achieve the objectives, outputs and outcomes in the current phase and were they in the previous ones?
• What are the major factors influencing the achievement or non-achievement of the objectives?
The progress of the project:
• Is the project on course in delivering on what is set out to achieve based on the overall goals and targets as in the indicators?
• What positive changes are observed in the lives of the target group as a result of the implementation of the programme?
• What are the unintended positive and negative effects of the implementation of the programme?
• What measures have been and can be taken to eliminate or reduce the negative impacts?
The success of the programme in mainstreaming accountability and gender equality.
• Are there mechanisms in place for feedback from beneficiaries and target communities?
• What are best practices and lessons learned?
• Community ownership – The consultant will measure whether the community has owned the project and whether the community is ready to sustain aspects of the project-after the project is completed. In assessing this, consider and identify factors that have (or could) contribute to the continual ownership and continuity of this project.
• Equality and Inclusion – Assess how the project was able to promote inclusion of marginalized groups (young women and girls, people living with disabilities, and other relevant individuals and groups)
• The consultant will submit a draft methodology to Plan international for approval.
• The methodology will include but will not be limited to:
• Review of previous evaluation report
• Focus group discussions
• Key stakeholder interviews
• Programme staff interviews
• Literature review
• Analysis of existing data
Expected roles of the consultant
This includes:
• Desk review of project documents including reports
• Hold Focus Group Discussions with beneficiaries, guardians, facilitators, TAG/PSC members ad partner/Project staff
• Conduct key informant interviews with above persons.
• Hold a meeting with TAG/PSC/Staff to share feedback.
• Document process and submit report to Plan International Nigeria.
LOE/Expected deliveries/Time frame
The consultancy will be for nine days – inclusive of reporting period. Project staff will arrange for all meetings with community members and project beneficiaries.
Expected deliverables Days allocated
Desk review of project documents and reports 2 days
Hold Focus Group Discussions with beneficiaries, guardians, facilitators, TAG/PSC members and partner/Project staff 4days (2 days per LGA)

Conduct key informant interviews with above persons 1 day
Hold a meeting with TAG/PSC/Staff to share feedback 1 day
Document process and submit report to Plan International Nigeria 2 days

Selection criteria for consultant
• Advanced experience in evaluating gender equality, youth development and or youth focused projects, preferably in the field of youth life skills and development programmes. This includes previous experience conducting Focus Group Discussions and Interviews.
• Ability to conduct meetings with senior persons at government, Bi-lateral and NGO level
• Ability to work on own initiative and to meet deadlines Attention to produce and present high quality accurate presentations/reports
• Ability and willingness to travel to very remote areas
• Excellent command of written and spoken English
• Good skills in documentation and reporting
• Familiarity with youth unemployment issues in Cross River State
• Experience/understanding of Child Rights Programming and development
• Resident in Cross River State
Procedure for recruitment of consultant
The potential consultant should:
• Provide curriculum vitae detailing knowledge/experience in the above areas.
• Provide a report showing work on similar previous assignments.
• An outline of how he/she intends to go about the consultancy.
• Propose an expected consultancy fee.
• Possible dates he/she will be available to commence the consultancy.
• Provide name of two references that can attest to the consultant capability to conduct the consultancy.
• A team from Plan International Nigeria will score the documentations provided by the potential consultant based on their technical “know how” and expected fee on the bases of 75% and 25% respectively.
Complete applications should be submitted electronically to: stating Tor topic in the subject of the email
Closing date for submission of the application package is end of business day on 26th June, 2017.
JUNE 2017 – JANUARY 2018
Consultancy Assignment:
Location Cross River State
Length of Assignment 22 days
Dates of Assignment June 2017 – January 2018
Reporting to BLOOM+ Project Manager and Plan International Nigeria Head of Programmes and Business Development
Key Working Contacts
Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor, and Project Manager, Plan International Nigeria
Project BLOOM+ Project
Responsible Persons for TOR Plan International Nigeria – Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor
Purpose/Objectives of the Consultancy:
To implement and track the monitoring, evaluation and learning deliverables of the BLOOM+ project implemented by Plan International Nigeria and its partners in Cross River State and make recommendations to improve implementation of the project.
The Consultant shall:
• Implement monitoring systems and design monitoring tools.
• Monitoring project activities, outputs, outcomes and progress towards anticipated results.
• Determine data analysis procedures and use of quantitative or qualitative analysis tools for pre/post intervention assessment, including capacity assessments and surveys.
• Analyze quantitative and qualitative data/summarizing findings.
• Develop reports after pre and post-test surveys and mid-term review.
• Support the dissemination of findings and project results to donors and other stakeholders.
• Conduct program analysis or special studies.
• Provide support to the development of evaluation consultant scope of work for the end line evaluation.
• Contribute to institutional learning processes.
• Train partner staff on monitoring and evaluation processes and providing ongoing coaching.
• Conduct and provide support to data quality assessments.
The consultant shall submit the following monthly/quarterly –
• Track progress reporting around M&E
• Oversee and analyze the pre-and-post-test survey data for each batch of youth in the BLOOM+ program.
• Monthly/quarterly tracking of indicators
• Contribute to the development of the TOR for final project evaluation
• Draw up learning and contribute to the development of the learning dissemination plan
Contract Duration: 22 billable days
Qualifications of Consultant(s)
Skills and Experience required:
The consultant should have the following skills and qualifications:
• A university degree in statistics, sociology, or other relevant discipline.
• Knowledge and experience in qualitative and quantitative data management techniques including proficient and skillful use of SPSS, and EXCEL.
• At least 7 years of progressive experience at State and National levels in developing M&E systems, research and evaluations.
• Experience with monitoring and evaluation of projects in Cross River State.
• Knowledge of specific sector issues – Community and youth development, Gender and Child rights.
• Ability to train, supervise and support local staff.
• Excellent interpersonal, communication and synthesizing skills and the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
• Experience on project monitoring and evaluation with emphasis on data management including data collection, analysis and storage
• Strong critical thinking and analysis skills
• Excellent writing skills.
• Stationed in Cross River State, with previous work experience in Nigeria
Application Process
The opportunity is for a dedicated and motivated person who is organized and can work with thoroughness.
Proposal indicating expertise and previous experience in managing or facilitating activities of a similar nature;
Availability to commence work in June 2017.
A detailed financial proposal
Two reports of previous or similar work undertaken on project monitoring.
Names and contact information of two references who can be contacted regarding relevant experience.
Complete applications should be submitted electronically to: stating Tor topic in the subject of the email.
Closing date for submission of the application package is end of business day on 26th June, 2017.


In consonance with the Smart City Initiatives of the present administration of His Excellency, the Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, to take Lagos City to an enviable level of cities like, New York City, Beijing, Tokyo, Shanghai, Mumbai, Rio de Janeiro and Johannesburg with populations in excess of 17 million persons, providing baste correlating facilities and infrastructure for a city like Lagos cannot be over-emphasized.
In line with these needs and objectives therefore, Lagos State Resident Registration Agency (LASRRA) through the Ministry of Science and Technology hereby invites Expression of Interest (EOI) for the upgrade of the Lagos State Residents Registration Agency identification system and production of smart identification cards.
This Agency need to advance her position as a repository of data collation in the State by-producing a multi-channel or multi-purpose acceptance card with a dual purpose features of:
(i) Identity Card (ii) Payment Card – eWallet
This will require a multi-purpose real-time information database that will serve primarily as a means of capturing resident’s information; geo-spatial / geographical information, population data and ultimately statistical information of Lagos State residents.
(1.1) Project Background
The Lagos State Residents Registration Agency has the mandate to create a demographic database of all Lagos State residents with the aim of providing data to aid the efficient planning and allocation of resources for the Lagos State government.
Implementation of the new system will entail; installation of live data-capture equipment in the field offices; setting-up a personalization and production facility; a centralized database at the headquarters and an Automated Biometric Identification System all to be supported by appropriate software and hardware. It is envisaged that, upon completion, this system will increase efficiency in the registration and card issuance process by allowing for data transmission in real time. The scope of this project does not include Wide Area Network connectivity.
The objective therefore of the proposed upgrade will entail the creation of an end to end IT system which will ultimately result in the production of a contactless smart biometric card to be used for identification, authentication and accessing of e-governance initiatives, as well as fusion of the existing structure.
(a) The upgrade project shall entail the automation of the registration and card issuance processes and personalization of contactless smart identity cards.
(b) Integration & upgrading of elements of the existing project (IT Infrastructure) converge with government requirements.
(c) Deployment of real time IT infrastructure to enable quicker registration and card issuance.
(d) Automation of manual processes and sustenance of biometric data capture.
(e) Data collection, verification and innovating less cumbersome enrolment processes.
(a) Real time registration.
(b) 15 day registration to card issuance time frame.
(c) Issuance of smart contactless cards to registered residents.
(d) Knowledge transfer and capacity building for the Agency’s Staff and other stakeholders of the State Government.
All applicants must process and satisfy the under-listed requirements to be eligible to participate in this exercise of procurement process. Thus an Applicant shall;
(a) Be a company registered under the Companies and Allied Matters Act, Cap C20. LFN 2004 and shall submit a profile of the company containing verifiable details as to valid and verifiable office address (showing street and house number), e-mail address and telephone numbers
(b) Provide evidence of registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission as a company or an enterprise.
(c) Provide evidence of registration with Lagos State Public Procurement Agency.
(d) Provide evidence of professional and technical qualification to carry out the procurement.
(e) Provide evidence of professional and technical staff/experience of key personnel of the company.
(f) Provide evidence of financial capacity to carry out the project.
(g) Provide evidence of similar projects undertaken by the Applicant.
(h) Submit a full report on how intended project will be carried out.
(i) Evidence of payment of tax for two directors of the Company.
(j) Provide a current sworn affidavit disclosing the following:
(i) That the company is not in receivership, insolvent or bankrupt;
(ii) That the company has no director that has been convicted of any offence relating to fraud or financial impropriety or criminal misrepresentation of falsification of facts relating to any matter; and.
(iii) That all the documents submitted for this procurement are tine and correct in all particulars
(k) Must have at least 3 years’ experience in delivery of national registration and identification systems including a centralized database nationwide electronic enrolment, processing validation, verification, card personalization and delivery.
(I) Must provide verifiable proof of experience in successful implementation of national registration and identification systems in at least one country in the last five years either as lead contractor or joint venture / consortium partner,
(m) The bidder must have installed a national registration and identification process and issued a National ID card for not less than 10 million people.
(n) The bidder must provide proof of experience in personalisation and issuance of smart identity cards at a national level.
(o) Must provide at least one reference of successfully completed nationwide electronic enrolment.
(p) Must provide proof of experience in delivery of a Civil Automated Fingerprint Identification System of not less than 10 million people.
(q) Should provide details of projects undertaken including name and address of the client, project size, project scope, project cost, project start and end dates, types of cards issued, card production and implementation period. Certified copies of certificates of completion for the project or authentic client reference letter for on-going projects MUST he attached.
Interested and competent Applicant are requested to enclose their Expression of Interest and other accompanying documents in a sealed envelope and indicate the Upgrade of The Lagos State Residents Registration Agency (Lasrra) Identification System And Production Of Smart Identity Cards. The Expression of Interest shall be submitted in two sets and should be addressed to:
Attn: Director of Procurement
The Honourable Commissioner,
Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST Building),
The Secretariat,
Alausa, Ikeja,
Lagos State.
All submissions must be made not later than 7th July, 2017 between the hours of 8am and 4pm each day. Except, the day of closing of submission, which shall be by 12pm.
(i) Notwithstanding anything contained in this invitation for Expression of Interest, LASSRA /MOST is not bound to consider any EOI and reserves the right to accept or reject any EOI, at any time without liability or any obligation for such acceptance, rejection or annulment, and without proffering any reasons therefore.
(ii) Certificates may be referred to the respective issuing authority tor verification and authentication.
(iii) This advertisement should not be construed as a commitment or obligation on part of MOST to award these contracts.
(iv) All submission must be made only in English Language.
(v) Late submission of EOI would not be entertained.
(vi) Applicants may be required to make presentations upon submittal of their EOI. These presentations will be conducted by the MOST at any specified location or premises.
(vii) MOST shall not be liable for any cost incurred by the bidder in preparing, submitting, discussing or negotiating any agreement with respect to this EOI.
For enquiries, please contact The Honourable Commissioner, Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST Building), The Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State on the following email address:


Nnamdi Azikiwe University hereby invites reputable, qualified and competent firms to tender for the supply of the following item.
(1) 1 No New Perkins Gen-Set 700KVA Basic with Specification / Configuration as given hereunder.
MAKE: FG Wilson Perkins Gen-Set (UK)
MODEL: Perking 2806A- E18TAG2
VOLTAGE: 415V/240V
PHASE: 3-0
SPEED: 1500r.p.m
The Generator should also be diesel (AGO) powered and cooling by Radiator/Water
Qualified and interested bidders are required to submit following documents/evidence for pre-qualification and tender for the projects).
(a) Evidence of payment of non-refundable deposit N10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Naira only).
(b) Certificate of registration/incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission.
(c) Current three years tax clearance certificate for 2015/2016/2017.
(b) Evidence of remittance of pension contribution fund for staff of the company from reputable Pension Funds Administrators (PFA) as provided in section 16 sub section 6(d) of the Public Procurement Act 2007.
(c) Evidence of compliance with the statutory provisions of section 6(1) – (3) of the Industrial Training Fund Amendment Act.
(f) Evidence of registration in the National Data Base of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers by the inclusion of interim Registration Report (IRR) from BPP.
(g) Details of verifiable experience of similar supply/evident of timeous completion of projects of similar nature and magnitude.
(h) Current financial status of the company.
Technical and Financial bids shall be submitted in two different wax-sealed envelopes and labeled “Technical Bid” and Financial Bid” respectively with the Company’s name indicated at the back of each envelope. Both envelopes should be wax sealed and placed in a third envelope also wax-sealed and marked with the inscription “Supply of Generator” at the top right hand corner and addressed to: The Registrar, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka to reach him on or before 12.00 noon on 10th July 2017.
Bidders should not that all Bids received shall be opened in the Council Chambers of the University by 12.00noon on 10th July, 2017. The bidders and or their representatives; and the general public are encouraged to attend.
Dr. I.H Isidienu, FCAI

N°: 012/NRC-NOP/NG/2017

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is a non-governmental, humanitarian organization with 60 years of experience in helping to create a safer and more dignified life for refugees and internally displaced people. NRC advocates for the rights and provides assistance, protection and durable solutions to refugees and internally displaced persons worldwide.
NRC has been operating in Nigeria since late 2015 on Legal Assistance, Emergency shelter, Food security, Water, sanitation and hygiene sectors. NRC, with financial support from (OFDA), (NFMA) & (ECHO) aims to purchase high quality products and services with the minimum environmental impact
NRC aims to purchase Construction Services and Armoured Vehicles as described below:
(1) Construction of 240 Latrines with Handwashing Facilities and Bathroom shelters in Dikwa, Borno State
(2) Construction of 300 Latrines with Handwashing Facilities and Bathroom shelters in Dikwa, Borno State
(3) SUV Armoured Vehicle x1
Contractors interested in participating in this open tender should register and download the bidding documents on NRC bidding platform accessible at:
The tender documents will be available online from the 21st of June 2017. The registration to the platform is free of charges. Please click on ‘Register Online’ in the supplier section.
For inquiries, please contact NRC Nigeria procurement unit at
Bids shall be fully completed and submitted online before 04:00pm on the 5th July 2017.
Late bids will not be accepted.


In compliance with the Public Procurement Act 2007, the National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization (NCAM) is desirous to undertake a Technical and Financial Bid exercise for its 2017 Capital Projects. Accordingly, NCAM is inviting competent and interested contractors to indicate interest to bid for the following jobs:
LOT 01 – NCP 2017 Upgrading of Internet Facilities
LOT 02 – NCP 2017 Provisions of Fabrication Materials
LOT 03 – NCP 2017 Procurement of Field and Laboratory Equipment
LOT 04 – NCP 2017 Upgrading of Accounts, Audit and Publication Units
LOT 05 – NCP 2017 Procurement of Furniture and Office Equipment
LOT 06 – NCP 2017 Procurement of Combined Mini-Harvester
LOT 07 – NCP 2017 Procurement of Tractors and Implements
LOT 08 – NCP 2017 Procurement of Industrial Workshop Machines and Equipment
LOT 09 – NCP 2017 Construction of 2 Wing Training Hostel Complex (Phase 1)
LOT 10 – NCP 2017 Repairs and Maintenance of Dilapidated Office Building
LOT 11 – NCP 2017 Construction of Engineering Laboratory Complex
LOT 12 – NCP 2017 Provision of Solar Power System
LOT 13 – NCP 2017 Upgrading of Internal Road Network
Interested reputable contractors with relevant cognate experience and good track’ record of performance are hereby invited to submit tender/bid documents accompanied with the following:
(1) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC);
(2) Evidence of Current compliance Certificate from National Pension Commission (PENCOM);
(3) Evidence of Current Compliance Certificate from Industrial Training Fund (ITF);
(4) Evidence of Current Registration on National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers “by submission of Certificate” or “Interim Registration Report” issued by Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP);
(5) Evidence of Tax Clearance for the last three years (2014,2015, 2016);
(6) Copies of the Company’s Audited Accounts for the last three years (2014, 2015, 2016) showing annual turnover (duly signed);
(7) Verifiable evidence of Experience with similar jobs in the last five years including letters of Award of contracts, contract sum(s), and completion certificates;
(8) Evidence of Technical Capability and List of equipment (where applicable);
(9) Evidence of Financial Capability (Bank Reference Letter);
(10) Company profile with CVs of key personnel and their professional qualifications:
(11) Verifiable Office Address. Email and Phone Numbers;
(12) Bidders for Construction works must be registered with COREN;
(13) A sworn affidavit to indicate that the Company is not in receivership and that none of its Directors has never been convicted of fraudulent activity;
(14) Evidence of ownership of or access to lease of relevant construction equipment and their status (where applicable);
Tender Documents are obtainable from The Procurement Office, National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization (NCAM), Ilorin after payment of non-refundable tender fees of Twenty Five Thousand Naira (N25,000.00) only.
The Technical & Financial Proposals must be prepared as separate documents. Three (3) Copies of Technical & Financial bids must be separately package in a sealed envelope, clearly marked as either “Financial or Technical Bids”, as prepared as appropriate and put together in a Single (bigger) envelope which shall be marked with the appropriate project title and Lot Number and Company Name and delivered to the Address below not later than 12noon on Tuesday 8th August, 2017.
National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization (NCAM), Km. 20, Ilorin – Lokoja Highway,
P.M.B. 1525,
Ilorin, Kwara State
Technical bids will be opened immediately after the deadline of the submission on Tuesday 8th August, 2017 by 12 noon at the Theatre hall of the National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization (NCAM), Ilorin. All Bidders, NGO’s and General Public are invited to the opening of the Technical Bids. Only qualified bidders and relevant professional organizations will be invited to witness the public opening of the financial Bids.
This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of the National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization (NCAM) nor shall it entitle any bidder submitting documents to claim any indemnity from the Centre.
Failure to comply with the Instruction(s) and provide any required document(s) may automatically results in disqualification.
Late submission will be rejected.
Tel +2348033649168

Federal Capital Territory Administration

The Gwagwalada Area Council intends to engage in the services of credible and reputable companies/contractors for following work under the year 2017. The Area Council therefore, wishes to invite response from contractors for Pre-qualification/Tender for the work categorized under the lots below:
LOT: 1 (a) Construction of Ledi village road.
(b) Rehabilitation of the second lane from FEMA to Sharia Court road, Gwagwalada
(c) Construction of Dobi township road, Dobi
(d) Construction of New Millennium road, Gwagwalada
LOT: 2- Drilling of 15 (nos) of Boreholes across the wards of the Area Council Gwagwalada
LOT: 3 – Procurement of 15 (nos) of Transformers to fifteen communities of the Area Council Gwagwalada.
LOT: 4 – General renovation of Township Clinic Gwagwalada
LOT: 5- Renovation of Secretariat Complex Block E Gwagwalada
LOT: 6 – Procurement of official vehicles Toyoto Prado, Camry and Corolla 2016 Model for Hon. Chairman, Vice Chairman and Hon. Speaker.
LOT: 7- Construction of double cell box culvert at STDD abattoir Gwagwalada
LOT: 8- Completion of Electrification of Rafin-Zurfi Ibwa II
LOT: 9- Extension of electrification in Dobi Town
(a) Evidence of registration with corporate affairs commission including certificate of incorporation and Article of Association.
(b) Last three (3) years Tax clearance certificates
(c) VAT Registration with evidence of remittances
(d) Comprehensive company profile
(e) List of similar jobs executed previously
(f) Verifiable evidence of financial support by reputable bank
(g) Audited account details for the last three (3) years
(h) Evidence of pension registration and remittances.
Tender documents are to be collect from works department upon presentation of evidence of payment of non-refundable tender fee of N20,000.00 only for the lot of Revenue Account No. 1014805988 with Zenith Bank Plc Gwagwalada Branch.
Interested bidders are to submit pre-qualification and tender document in two different sealed envelopes appropriately marked “Pre-qualification” and “Tender” with the company name indicated at the back of each envelop. Both envelop mark the Lot number at the top right hand corner and addressed to:
The secretary Tender Board and to be deposited in Tender Board Box placed in the conference Hall of Gwagwalada Area Council Secretariat
Completed documents should be submitted not later than 12:00 noon local time 8th August, 2017. The Tender shall be open on the same day in the Conference Hall of Gwagwalada Area Council. Interested bidders or their representative are hereby invited to attend the opening function.
The Tender Board reserves the right to verify the authenticity of claims made in the documents submitted. The Tender Board will not be responsible for any cost or expenses incurred by any interested party in connection with any responses to the invitation.
The Tender Board is not bound to shortlist any bidder am reserves the right annual selection process at any time without incurring and liabilities.
The Tender Board reserves the right to reject any tender in part or in full.
The Tender Board is not bound to accept the lowest tender.
Com. Isah S. Laffurmma
For: Chairman Tender Board


The Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading (NBET) Plc wishes to invite competent and reliable contractors/suppliers interested in participating in the pre-qualification exercise to provide a range of goods and services under Year- 2017 Budget. In compliance with the BPP Act 2007, interested bidders may wish to indicate their interest to pre-qualify for the following work areas.
Lot No. Project Description
(1) Supply of Office and Project Vehicles
(2) Supply of Office Stationeries and Computer Consumables
(3) Supply of Office Furniture and Equipment
(4) Supply of IT hardware and Software (Workstations, Servers, Laptops, Desktops, Microsoft Office 365 and other software)
(5) Printing of Security and Non-Security Documents
(6) Procurement of books and acquisition of digital software (e-library)
(7) Procurement of Enterprise Business System
Lot No. Project Description
(1) Partitioning of New Office Space
Lot No. Project Description
(1) Media Consultancy
(2) Legal Advisory Services (Litigation)
(3) Legal Advisory Services (Transaction Advisory/Commercial)
(4) Financial Advisory Services
(5) Library Consultancy
(6) Architectural Consultancy
(7) IT Consultancy
(8) Insurance Consultancy (Brokerage)
Lot No. Project Description
(1) Facility Management
(2) Cleaning and Fumigation Services
(3) Security Services
(4) Insurance Services
Interested contractors who wish to provide the services listed to NBET Plc must express interest and submit the following documents which will serve as a Pre-qualification for the procurement of various goods and services.
(I) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
(II) Evidence of registration with Bureau of Public Procurement’s (BPP) National Data Base of Federal Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers by inclusion of an Interim Registration Report (IRR)
(III) Evidence of Tax Payment for the Last 3 years (2014, 2015 and 2016) expiring December 31, 2017
(IV) Company Profile including physical address and email, GSM phone numbers, names and experiences of key personnel
(V) Evidence of compliance with the Pension Reform Act, 2004 by inclusion of a valid pension clearance certificate from PENCOM. (where applicable)
(VI) Evidence of compliance with the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act, 2011 by inclusion of copy of Compliance Certificate of Remittances, (where applicable)
(VII) Evidence of registration with relevant Professional Body (where applicable)
(VIII) Verifiable evidence (award letters, contract agreements etc) of having carried out three (3) similar assignments of the same nature during the past five (5) years.
(IX) Submission of up to date license issued by the Nigerian Security & Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) to operate as a private Guard Company in line with the Private Guards Act. (This requirement is applicable for security services only).
(X) Submission of up to date evidence of registration with Environmental Health Officers Registration Council of Nigeria (EHORECON). (This requirement is applicable for the cleaning services only)
(XI) A sworn statement that the company is not in receivership or about to be in receivership or is a replacement for a hitherto tax defaulting company; and that no director thereof has been convicted in any country for any offence relating to fraud or financial impropriety
(XII) Quality Assurance Policy (where applicable)
Three bound copies (one original and two copies) of the Expression of interest (EOI) for the following work areas accompanied by the listed documents MUST be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked on the Top left corner;
PREQUALIFICATION FOR XXXXXXXXX WORK AREA and Lot No. (Please specify work area of interest)
All EOI documents should be arranged in the order listed above and paginated before submission.
The last day for submission is Wednesday July 12, 2017 by 12.00 noon. Submissions should be addressed to;
The Secretary
NBET Tenders Board
Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc
8th Floor Bank of Industry Building
Central Business District Abuja
Phone No: 09-4605630
ext. 2014
(i) This is not an invitation to tender. Pre-Qualification does not commit the company to award any contracts to pre-qualified companies
(ii) Only successful Contractors who pre-qualify and are found competent and capable of contract execution will be contacted to participate in full tendering process
(iii) NBET reserves the right the authenticity of any claims made on the document(s) submitted
(iv) Failure to comply with the instructions to provide relevant document(s) will result in disqualification
(v) Submission of false documents is an offence and would lead to disqualification and prosecution


Heartland Alliance International with funding from the United State Agency for International Development (USAID) is inviting qualified and interested organization that meets the prequalification requirement to participate in the supply and installation of Inverters.
Description Specification Quantity (unit) Location
Supply and Installation of Inverter Supply 5KVA luminous inverter
10 units of 200 AHM of Luminous batteries 8 • Abuja (2)
• Port Harcourt,
• Calabar,
• Nasarawa,
• Benue,
• Uyo
• Lagos
Pre-qualification requirement
(a) Full details of the company’s profile
(b) Evidence of company incorporation with CAC
(c) Verifiable evidence of execution of similar jobs in the past (including job orders, certificate/job completion form)
(d) Evidence of payment of taxes/Tax identification Number
(e) Recommendation letter from three reputable and notable organizations attesting to satisfactory performance in similar supply
(f) Evidence of financial capability such as bank guarantee
Bidders are expected to submit all document listed in the prequalification requirement alongside the financial bid. Financial bids must be in NGN and must be signed by authorized representative of the bidding company. Financial bid should include the information below
• Validity period of the quotation (Not less than 60 days)
• Standard delivery date (Delivery lead time)
• Payment terms
• Warranty term
• After sales service plan
Please note:
Following the requirement of the Federal Government of Nigeria, Heartland Alliance International will deduct 5% withholding tax from the total contractual sum. Also note that HAI as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) is VAT exempted.
HAI reserves the right to vary the number of items at the time of award or split the award as may be considered necessary
Clarification request can be directed to on or before June 30th 2017. Any mail received after the above date will not be attended to.
Heartland Alliance International reserves the right to reject any or all bids if it fails to meet the criteria or submitted after the stipulated closing date.
All document must be addressed to and received at the address below not later than 5:00PM on July 4, 2017 in a sealed envelope clearly marked as “Supply and Installation Inverter”
The Procurement Committee
Heartland Alliance International Nigeria office
House 33A, 4th Avenue, Gwarinpa II Estate, Abuja


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