December 2, 2022
Don’t compromise standards, school contractors told Governor, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal

Don’t compromise standards, school contractors told

From Umar Danladi Ado, Sokoto

Contractors handling various construction and renovations of classrooms across Sokoto State have been warned to desist from compromising work standard and ensure timely completion of the projects.

The chairman of state Universal Basic Education Board, Alhaji Altine Shehu Kajiji gave the warning shortly after inspecting some of the ongoing projects in the state capital.

Alhaji Kajiji said the call became necessary as the state government/UBE 2019 intervention projects were aimed at providing improved learning atmosphere thereby reducing congestion in all the basic schools across the state.

According to him, those handling the renovation exercise have two months, while the new ones have three months within which to complete the work.

He said the baard under his watch was committed to go round all the areas where the contract was awarded to monitor the speed and quality of the work being executed by contractors.

Kajiji however warned contractors against using low quality materials as the board would not accept shoddy job from any contractor.

Places visited are renovation of one block of three classrooms at Attahiru Dalhatu Bafarawa Model Primary School, construction of two blocks of three classrooms each at Yakubu Mu’azu Science Model Primary School, construction of one block of three classrooms and renovation of another block of three classrooms at Muhammad Zako Model Primary School Runjin Sambo area.

The rest included construction of one block of three classrooms and renovation of another at Madawaki Abubakar Nizzamiya Primary School Gandu, renovation of one block of three classrooms at Sultan Ward Primary School as well as renovation of one block of three classrooms at Rijiyar Dorawa Primary School.

While on his way to Muhammad Zako Model Primary School, Alhaji Kajiji made a stop over at Sultan Abubakar College where he directed the immediate repairs of damage part of a roofing of a story building class there.

The SUBEB boss was also at FGN/UBE Direct Intervention Skills Acquisition School along Tashar Kura Road, which would be handed over to the board after its completion.

He was accompanied by the Deputy Director Project Development, Alhaji Bello Umar and Zonal Project Inspector Central Zone, Alhaji Sanusi Umar Bunu.

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