The Chairman of the Ekiti Common Primary Training Board (SUBEB), Prof Femi Akinwumi has warned contractors dealing with the development of the 4 public secondary colleges just lately established by the Fayemi administration that the September thirtieth deadline to finish work stays sacrosanct.
Talking throughout a gathering with the contractors dealing with the initiatives in Ado-Ekiti, the SUBEB boss assured of the board’s continued assist in the direction of guaranteeing the completion of the venture on schedule.
Whereas stressing that the board would guarantee correct supervision of the initiatives for strict compliance with specs, Akinwumi urged the contractors to be sure that the deadline on the initiatives was met.
The SUBEB boss who harassed the dedication of the Fayemi led administration to the supply of free qualitative fundamental schooling to all kids of college age within the state mentioned the 4 new secondary colleges would, upon completion, enhance entry of scholars dwelling within the outskirts of the State capital to secondary schooling.
Talking earlier, the Commissioner, Initiatives Administration within the Board, Dr. Kayode Adeoye famous that although the COVID-19 lockdown initially slowed down building work on the 4 colleges, the contractors lined misplaced floor in the previous couple of months as work had reached superior phases on the initiatives.
Additionally talking, the brand new Everlasting Secretary of SUBEB, Mr. Oluwadare Ajayi urged the contractors to notice the observations and cling strictly to the directives of Governor Fayemi throughout his current go to to the venture websites.
Responding, representatives of the contractors pledged that they’d ship the initiatives as scheduled, saying that that they had already commenced roofing, plastering, fixing of the doorways and home windows, electrification and plumbing works in addition to the landscaping of the playground and surroundings of the brand new colleges.