Kogi Poly Rector set to complete N268 million hostel Accommodation

After several years that the student have been denied access to


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Kogi Poly Rector set to complete N268 million hostel Accommodation


After several years that the student have been denied access to school hostels thereby exposing them to many dangers outside the campus, the Acting Rector Kogi State Polytechnic Lokoja, Dr. Usman Salisu Ogbo, has reinstated his administration commitment to the total overhauling of the school hostel which will gulf N268 million.

 

Dr. Ogbo assured the students of the institution that the renovation of their hostels would be completed in the next thirty days through the adoption of Public Private Partnership.

 

 

 

Our Kogi State Correspondent reports that Dr. Ogbo, who disclosed this on Tuesday while inaugurating Seven different Committees , noted that the N268M was a lone secured from Zenith Bank which was approved by the Governor Alhaji Yahaya Bello for the completion of the hostels

 

The Acting Rector, who commended Governor Bello for the approval, said the hostel would be completed through direct labour approach as approved by the government.

 

He added that the institution would rely solely on its highly committed and integrity proven experts and staff, urging them to work assiduously in meeting the objectives in view of the risk in view of the trust and confidence reposed on them.

 

Dr. Ogbo, directed that the completion work would run simultaneously, assuring of his determination to continue to put Kogi State Polytechnic on the global map of academic excellence.

 

He pointed out that the Students of the institution were included in the Committees, said the time for them to be involved in the decision making is now, urged the experts, staff and students to make judicious use of the opportunity.

 

The terms of reference of the Committees Includes: roofings, structural work, fencing, drainage, painting amongst others that would see to the finishing of the hostels.

 

The Acting Rector inaugurated six committees made up of main hostel 1-12, Mary Ajayi, London hostel, London hostel 1-2, Afakariya, Wada Hostel 1-2 and the Central monitoring committee, headed by the Acting Rector.

 

BELLOW IS THE LIST OF MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE FOR HOSTEL RENOVATION PROJECTS

A. MALE HOSTEL (12 BLOCKS)

1. Dr. Arch. Thompson Ekele – Dean, Sch. Of Environmental Tech. – Chairman

2. Engineer. A. A Adavi – Head, Civil Engineering Dept. – Member

3. Dr. B. S. Adejoh – Head, Building Technology Dept. – Member

4. Mr. Martins Okey – Bursary Department – Member

5. Evangelist Sam M, N – Works Department – Member

6. Mr. Abdulmalik A. – NAKOSS President – Member

7. Mrs. Omaidu A. – Deputy Registrar (Council Affairs) – Member/Secretary

B. MARY AJAYI HOSTEL 1 – 4

1. Mr. Raji. I. O. Z – Ag. Registrar – Chairman

2. Mr. Godwin G. O – Procurement Officer – Member

3. Arch. Suleiman – Dept. of Architecture – Member

4. Mr. Chris Omojo – Works Department – Member

5. Mr. Abaya Agum – Chief Internal Auditor – Member

6. Mr. Oguche Teino – SUG President – Member

7. Mr. Rapheal Oyenihi- Deputy Registrar (JE) – Member/Secretary

 

C. LONDON HOSTEL 1 – 4

1. Engineer S. O. Adanu – Ag. Director of Works – Chairman

2. Mr. Pedro Akande – Dean, SADP – Member

3. Arch. John Eyitayo – Head, Dept. of Architecture – Member

4. Mrs. Elizabeth E. Abimaje -Bursary – Member

5. Mr. John Otaru – SGNS – Member

6. Miss Bidemi Komolafe – SUG VP II – Member

7. Mr. Abdulkareem Raji – Admission Officer – Member/Secretary

 

D. LONDON HOSTEL 1 – 2

1. Dr. Kehinde Lamidi – Deputy Rector – Chairman

2. Engineer Usman Salifu Dep. Of Civil Engineering – Member

3. Arch. Dr. Sunday Yakubu – Dept. of Architecture – Member

4. Mr. Isiaka Ibrahim – Bursary Department – Member

5. Engineer Salau Ijiji – Dean, Students Services – Member

6. Mr. Abdulmumin – SUG, Welfare Officer – Member

7. Mrs. Uredo Omale – Public Relations Unit – Member/Secretary

 

E. AFAKARIYA 1, 2 & 3

1. Mrs. O. M. Audu – Ag. Poly Librarian – Chairman

2. Engineer Oluwayin – Dept. of Civil Engineering – Member

3. Arch. Mamehnoma Idachaba – Dept. of Architecture – Member

4. Mrs. Yemisi Joseph – Dept. of Accountancy – Member

5. Mr. Ibrahim Ojonugwa P – NAKOSS Chief Judge – Member

6. Mr. Ibrahim Azimazi – Bursary Department – Member

7. Mr. Matthew Ocholi – Director, SERVICOM – Member/Secretary

 

F. WADA HOSTEL 1 -2

1. Engineer Ayni Adamu – Coordinator, SIWES – Chairman

2. Engineer Joseph Fatoye – Dept. of Civil Engineering – Member

3. Engineer Olumokwo – Works Department – Member

4. Miss Shehu Beauty – SUG DOS (Female) – Member

5. TPL Reuben Aremu – Dept. Urban and Reg. Plan. – Member

6. Hon. Abdulkareem Shuiabu – Exam Officer, SMS – Member

7. Mrs. Vera Oye – PAR (Rector’s Office) – Member/Secretary

 

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CENTRAL MONITORING COMMITTEE

1. Dr. Salisu O. Usman – Ag. Rector – Chairman

2. Mr. Adebola Osho – Ag. Bursar – Member

3. Mr. Abaya Agum – Chief Internal Auditor – Member

4. All Sub – Committee Chairmen —————- – Members

5. Mr. Emmanuel Onu – Deputy Chief Security Officer – Member

6. Engineer Salau Ijiji – Dean Student Services – Member

7. Mr. Sunday Anyebe – Deputy Registrar (Senior Estab.) – Secretary

 

STAGES OF WROK TO BE DONE

1. Roofing

2. Structural works (If Any)

3. Plumbing and Electrical pipping and cables

4. Doors and Windows

5. Tilling and Tarajo

6. Painting

7. Electrical and Plumbing fittings

8. External works, Sceptic tanks, fencing, drainage etc

 

MODE OF PAYMENT

1. Payment on delivery

2. Advance payment (60%) and balance of 40% after successful completion

3. Committee to ensure job are done and completed according to specification


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Odimayo Olatunde Frederick
graduate of Mass Communication and Kogi State Correspondent of Fresh Angle International Newspaper
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