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  •  The Oyo State Executive Council on Wednesday approved the award of contract for the remodelling and restructuring of the Oyo State High Courts and Magistrates Court Complexes in Ibadan at the cost of N6 01 billion The Commissioner for Public Works and Transport Prof Daud Sangodoyin made this known while briefing newsmen at the end of the hellip
    Oyo Govt approves N6bn to remodel, reconstruct High Courts, Magistrates’ Court complexes
     The Oyo State Executive Council on Wednesday approved the award of contract for the remodelling and restructuring of the Oyo State High Courts and Magistrates Court Complexes in Ibadan at the cost of N6 01 billion The Commissioner for Public Works and Transport Prof Daud Sangodoyin made this known while briefing newsmen at the end of the hellip
    Oyo Govt approves N6bn to remodel, reconstruct High Courts, Magistrates’ Court complexes
    General news2 weeks ago

    Oyo Govt approves N6bn to remodel, reconstruct High Courts, Magistrates’ Court complexes

    The Oyo State Executive Council on Wednesday approved the award of contract for the remodelling and restructuring of the Oyo State High Courts and Magistrates’ Court Complexes in Ibadan at the cost of N6.01 billion.

    The Commissioner for Public Works and Transport, Prof. Daud Sangodoyin, made this known while briefing newsmen at the end of the weekly State Executive Council meeting in Ibadan.

    Sangodoyin said, “The contract to be handled by the RTD Thompsons, will involve construction of an Amphitheatre and a Conference Theatre, also remodel all the court rooms at both courts and do some some external works in the two places.”

    He said the contract, which would be executed through the Alternative Project Funding Approach (APFA, would be in two phases to be completed within 18 months.

    The commissioner said that the council also approved N683 million for the reconstruction of the 2.27 kilometres Sijuade Road, Jericho.

    He, however, said that the reconstruction would be through direct intervention from the State Ministry of Public Works and Transport, with eight months completion period.

    Similarly, Mr Abiodun Oni, the Commissioner for Environment and Water Resources, said that the executive council also approved the new waste management initiative to solve the problem of waste management in the state.

    Oni said that the new waste management would be managed by Monttainai Recycling Africa and supervised by the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources.

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  •  President Muhammadu Buhari will depart Abuja for Istanbul Turkey on Thursday to attend the third Turkey Africa Partnership Summit hosted by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of the Republic of Turkey Garba Shehu the president s press aide confirmed this in a statement Thursday in Abuja According to the organizers the theme of the Summit is Enhanced Partnership hellip
    Buhari jets to Istanbul for Summit
     President Muhammadu Buhari will depart Abuja for Istanbul Turkey on Thursday to attend the third Turkey Africa Partnership Summit hosted by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of the Republic of Turkey Garba Shehu the president s press aide confirmed this in a statement Thursday in Abuja According to the organizers the theme of the Summit is Enhanced Partnership hellip
    Buhari jets to Istanbul for Summit
    Headlines7 months ago

    Buhari jets to Istanbul for Summit

    President Muhammadu Buhari will depart Abuja for Istanbul, Turkey on Thursday to attend the third Turkey-Africa Partnership Summit, hosted by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of the Republic of Turkey.

    Garba Shehu, the president's press aide, confirmed this in a statement Thursday in Abuja.

    According to the organizers, the theme of the Summit is "Enhanced Partnership for Common Development and Prosperity" and the agenda includes the review of cooperation between African countries and Turkey since the last summit in 2014.

    ”The third Turkey-Africa Partnership Summit comes on the heels of President Erdogan's recent state visit to Nigeria, during which several agreements were signed in the fields of energy, defense industry, mining and hydrocarbons to expand existing bilateral ties.

    "The Turkish leader, during the visit to Nigeria, affirmed his commitment to immediately expand the volume of trade between the two countries to five billion dollars and the Nigerian delegation will take the opportunity of the meeting in Istanbul to improve cooperation with other partners. for more business and investment opportunities in the country.

    "The Summit is expected to provide guidelines and direction for cooperation with African countries over the next five years," the statement said.

    President Buhari will be accompanied on the trip by his wife, Aisha, the Foreign Ministers, Geoffrey Onyeama; Defense, RTD Major General. Bashir Magashi; FCT, Mohammed Bello; Cheers, Osagie Ehanire; Agriculture, Mohammed Abubakar and Industry, Commerce and Investments, Adeniyi Adebayo.

    Others are, the National Security Advisor, rtd Maj.-Gen. Babagana Monguno and the Director General of the National Intelligence Agency, Ambassador Ahmed Rufai.

    Participants are expected to adopt capacity-building trainings, including increasing judicial cooperation and relationships between judicial institutions, including cooperation and support in training, particularly when related to terrorism offenses, as well as security cooperation agreements to increase cooperation in anti-drug training. crimes and technical and professional education.

    The summit is expected to adopt the "Joint Turkey-Africa Partnership Action Plan 2021 to 2026", which contains concrete actions that Turkey, the African Union and their member states will jointly implement.

    The program of the third Summit will include the review of the cooperation between Turkey and African countries since the Second Summit and the elaboration of a framework for the partnership process in the coming period.

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