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WAPA/775/VOL.II/254. D (WA) Via ADCD (WA), REPORT OF THE MEETING HELD WITH THE FOUNDER OF ANTI-SKIN BLEACHING INITIATIVES.

2. The meeting started at about 12:24pm with the Assistant Director (WA)- Mrs. L.R.Ajayi- Ladapo, Principal Administrative Officer(WA)- Adeola Shinaba with the founder of the Anti- Skin Bleaching Initiatives, Tinu Oginni also in attendance. 3. The AD (WA) asked the founder several questions concerning the awareness campaign ranging from her intentions for collaborations to her contributions towards the campaign. The AD (WA) gave an example to further explain the meaning of collaboration to the founder. 4. In the founders response, she said that she requested for assistance from the Ministry to extend the awareness campaign to the five divisions of the State and that she had successfully organized the campaign in Oyo State. 5. Finally, in order to analyse the intervention of the Ministry in the collaboration matter, the AD (WA) imploy the founder to put up another proposal clearly stating her part and the logistics to be put in place for the campaign. 6. In addition, she listed her catchment areas as Ikeja, Ikorodu, Somolu, Lagos Island and Alimosho Local Government Areas. Also, she gave an overview of how the whole campaign will look-like. Below are some of the things to expect as explained by Tinu Oginni : Radio giggles will be ongoing prior to the D- day and some months after the event. A rally in the morning in form of a ROADSHOW. Seminar.

7. The meeting ended at 12:40pm.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 30th March, 2011.

WAPA/1124/VOL.I/39

1 st April, 2011.

The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Infrastructure, Office of Works, The Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos. RE: REPAIR AND OVERHAULING OF 40KVA GENERATOR AT THE SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRE, EGBEDA. I am directed to refer to your letter Ref No: MEPB/ B.2008/S.20A/10/11 dated 30th March, 2011 on the above subject matter and request for your professional input as required by the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget for further actions. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/864/VOL.I/118.

D (WA) Via CAO (WA), Overleaf refers, please. 2. The Permanent secretarys directive on folio 116, stating that the cost implication should be prepared in order to rectify the problems of landscaping and other construction works facing the SAC, Igbo-oye as reported by the principal has been followed. 3. However, sequel to the above, Architect Femi Olagoke was contacted and a reply is yet to be received. 4. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 1st March, 2011.

WAPA/1106/S.I/9 The Managing Director, Oyeyinka Industries limited, 6, Ebun Street off Ogunlana Drive, Surulere, Lagos.

1st April, 2011.

RE: FINAL 3-D IMAGES AND PLAN FOR COCA-COLA BRANDED KIOSK LAGOS STATE MINISTRY OF WOMEN AFFAIRS AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION ( ICONIC RETAIL KIOSK INITIATIVE). I am directed to refer to your letter Ref: AGCC/WAPA/OIL/02 dated 22nd March, 2011 on the above subject matter and to observe that Coca- Cola Nigeria limited Logo is more conspicuous and noticeable than that of the Lagos State Government. Necessary adjustment has therefore been made on the 3D picture of the kiosk submitted to the Ministry as shown on the attached. In addition to the above, I am to request your Company to construct five numbers prototype in line with the correction made. Thank you.

Folasade Ogunnaike (Mrs.) For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/1091/VOL.I/104.

D (WA) Via ADCD (WA), Overleaf refers, please. 2. According to your directives on the recommendations presented by the Principal (Mr. Oni) of the Skill Acquisition Centre, Ikorodu II, situated at Aga, Ikorodu, Lagos. The following findings were made: A. The number of Air-Condition to be fixed in the Computer department to make learning conducive is Two (2). Also, the repairs needed to be done on the Air-conditioners are currently ongoing as Arc. Femi Olagoke is handling it as directed by HC (WAPA). B. The Principal was contacted and he confirmed that the number of stabilizer needed is still Five (5) while the standing fans are Twenty- Two (22) in number. They are urgently needed for the smooth running of the Centre. 3. Finally, the cost implications for the above items are listed below: Standing Fans One standing fan = N10, 000 Twenty-two standing fans = N10, 000 x 22 = N220, 000:00 Stabilizers One stabilizer = N7, 000 Five stabilizers = N7, 000 x 5 = N35, 000:00 Grand Total = N220, 000 + N35,000 = N255, 000:00 4. In view of the foregoing, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty- Five Thousand Naira (N255, 000:00) only, for the purchase of some items urgently needed at the Skill Acquisition Centre, Ikorodu II. The relevant V.O.C is Upkeep and Maintenance of SACs; Code No: 01-041-41005-000-11009-0000-40326 with a balance of N72, 768,000 as at 17th March, 2011. 5. Submitted, please. Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 1st April, 2011.

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT

AT MUSHIN, LAGOS STATE FOR MINISTRY OF WOMEN AFFAIRS AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION
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FLUCTUATION CLAIM

PREPARED BY: ADEADEDUN COMPANY TEL: 07092273282 FEBRUARY, 2011

WAPA/1106/S.I/12 The Managing Director, Coca- cola Nigeria Limited, 16, Gerrard Road, Ikoyi, Lagos. Attn: Mr. Host Mapondera (Franchise Manager, Nigeria).

13th April, 2011.

LETTER OF APPROVAL FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A PROTOTYPE KIOSK. I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter dated 8th April, 2011 and note that adjustments have been made as recommended by the Ministry. In view of the above, I am to convey approval for your organisation to produce the prototype of the Iconic Kiosk which will bench mark the 1000 kiosks in the first phase of the project. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/222/S.4/

13th April, 2011.

The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Science and Technology, The secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos. RE: PURCHASE OF OFFICE EQUIPMENT FOR THE DEAF WOMEN ASSOCIATION (LAGOS STATE WING). I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and request for your professional inputs as required by the Ministry of economic planning and Budget for further actions. Please find attached a copy of the letter sent to the Ministry by the association showing their request. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

BRIEF

THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PSYCHIATRIC HOME, OWUTU, IKORODU. In the quest to bring sanity to the State at large and the preparation for the Model Mega City status of Lagos, the State government wants to find an alternative to the Federal government owned rehabilitation Centre that is Federal Neuro- psychiatric hospital situated at Yaba. Though, the already existing rehabilitation Centre at Owutu, ikorodu cannot face the challenges because of the ever growing population of Lagos State citizens because bothe federal government owned centre and the existing State owned Rehabilitation Centres cannot cater for over 19million people at a go. In addition, the Lagos State Government is trying to fulfill all promises made to its ever hard- working people. The government desires to further develop its Rehabilitation Centre at Owutu, Ikorodu by expanding available facilities which include a PSYCHIATRIC HOME.

WAPA/ The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Rural Development, The Secretariat, Alausa, Lagos.

14th April, 2011.

ESTABLISHMENT OF A HOME FOR PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS, OWUTU, IKORODU. The Lagos State Government in its bid to cater for the needs of its people and bring about sanity to the State at large due to its preparation for a model mega city status has brought about huge development at the nooks and crannies of the State. This has lead to the upgrading and expansion of the existing infrastructures at the HOME to accommodate the needs of the ever increasing population of over 19millon people living in the State because the Federal Government of Nigeria owned Neuro- psychiatric home cannot work wonders at all. In view of the above, I wish to request for a 200KVA transformer to be provided by your Ministry as approved by His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN) for use at the HOME FOR PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS. Attached is a copy of the approval. Thank you.

Risikat T. Akiyode (Mrs.) Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/1106/VOL.1/ 234

18th April, 2011.

The Managing Director, Lagos State signage and Advertising Agency, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Opposite the Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos. RE: LAGOS ICONIC RETAIL KIOSK DEVELOPMENT PROJECT. Kindly recall our previous correspondences on the above. I am directed to request from your agency the amount chargeable as advert fee for 2,000 iconic Retail kiosks. We propose to produce in partnership with Coca-cola. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/1106/VOL.1/233

14th April, 2011.

The Managing Director, Oyeyinka Industries limited, 6, Ebun Street off Ogunlana Drive, Surulere, Lagos. RE: LAGOS ICONIC RETAIL KIOSK DEVELOPMENT PROJECT. Further to our previous discussions and the recent approval for the production of the approved prototype of the iconic retail kiosk, I am directed to request from your organisation the cost of investment on 2,000 Iconic retail kiosks to Coca-cola. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/ 903/ VOL.I/36 The Manager, Jubaili Bros Engineering Limited, Ikosi Road, Ikeja.

29th April, 2011.

SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF GENERATING SET AT THE SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRE, IBA. Following the job assessment form received from your organisation on the above SACs 40kva diesel generating set which has stop functioning since on the12th April, 2011 needs your professional touch. In addition to the above, I am directed to request your organisation to forward a comprehensive/ detailed proforma invoice in respect of the above and for further actions. Please treat as urgent. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

S/N 1

LIST OF SAC INSTRUCTORS ORIADE, AMUWO-ODOFIN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 2 SHIBIRI 1. Mrs. Lawoye Abimbola 2. Mr. Opeoluwa Ogunleke 3. Mrs. Jones A. Yetunde 4. Mrs. Adesokan Monisola 5. Mr. Teslim Wasiu 6. Mr. Segara Ayako 7. Mrs. Amowoyagi O. Janet 8. Mr. Idowu Olubayo 9. Mrs. David Funmilayo 10. Mr. Arubiewe David 11. Mrs. Udezi C.O. 12. Mr. Lamoriu Giwa 13. Mr. Odufele Anthony 14. Miss. Nosimot Aliu 15. Mr. Rosenje Niyi Ms. Adeshola Akapo Mr. Bamigbola Bolaji Mrs. Aminu Oluwakemi Mrs. Bello Kuburat Mrs. Omoteji Sherifat Mrs. Saba Modupe Mr. Giwa Abdul-Jelili Mr. Abolase K. Akorede Mrs. Ogundele Amaka Ms. Osikomaiya Folawemi Mr. Felix Olotu Mr. Ojeleye Oluwasheye

VOCATION

Textile Photography Hair Dressing Fashion Designer Catering & Hotel Mgt Adult Literacy Computer Studies Barbing Hats and Beads Secretary Day Guard Cleaner

Adult Literacy Computer Textile design Hats & Beads Fashion Designer Barbing Hair Dressing Photography Catering Secretary Adult Literacy Security Guard Security Guard Cleaner Weaving

3.

BADAGRY 1. Mr. Ashade S. A. Pottery

2. Mr. Lukman Ajala 3. Mr. Egbeyemi Ganiu 4. Mr. fatimehin Sunday 5. Miss adamson V. F. 6. Miss Ayorinde O.O. 7. Mrs Bamgbose B. M. 8. Miss Bassey Grace 9. Mrs. Ahontin Abigail 10. Mrs. Modinat Gafar 11. Mr. Somoye Samson O. 12. Mr. wahab S. A. 13. Kolade Felicia Thona 14. Mr. Omoniyi Olawale 15. Mr. Hunye S. 16. Mr. Kareem Gafar 17. Mrs. Idowu Florence 18. Mrs. Maumme Bonu

Computer Studies Barbing Photography Hat & Bead Catering Knitting Fashion Mat Weaving Textile Weaving Fish Smoking Admin/Adult Literacy Hair Dressing/Cosmetology Day/Night Guard Day/Night Guard Day/Night Guard Cleaner Cleaner

EGAN 1. Mr. Omotoun Adebayo 2. Mr. Afolabi Segun 3. Mrs. Taiwo Ajasa 4. Mr. Ibrahim Adebowale 5. Miss. Oseni Modupeola 6. Mrs. B. Kolawolw 7. Mr. A. Abdulraheem 8. Mr. Odebode Olusegun 9. Mr. Waliu Atakan/ James Adelowo 10. Abiodun Lawal 11. Mr. Michael Idowu 12. Mr. Theophilus Samuel 13. Mrs. Gabriel Abosede 14. Mrs. O. Ojurongbe 15. Mr. Daniel Brown 16. Alausa Oluwatayo 17. Mrs. Y. O. Memud 18. Mr. Ajibola Ikuyoro 19. Mr. Sarumi Adesina 20. Miss. Bolanle O. Isah 21. Miss. Funmi Pratt 22. Mrs. Remi Akindipe 23. Musa Umar Adult Literacy Computer Studies Hair Dressing/Cosmetology Barbing Textile Design Hat & Beads Tile Laying Screen Printing Vulcanizing/Wheel Balancing Welding Instructor Aluminium Fabrication Photography Catering & Hotel Mgt Fashion Rubber Craft Computer Studies Refrigeration & A/C Repairs Welding Programme Supervisor Secretary Snr. Clerk Clerical Officer Gardener/Security Guard

24. Waheed Dauda 25. Ogundele Kabir 26. Iyabo Akindele 27. Miss. Kafayat Said

Night Guard Night Guard Cleaner Cleaner

EJIGBO 1. Mr. Adesoye Gbenga 2. Mrs. Joke Ologbonjaiye 3. Mr. O. W. Sanni 4. Miss. K. Adebambo 5. Mrs. C. Akinwande 6. Mrs. B. Odukoya 7. Mrs. P. Idehen 8. Mr. O. Sosanmi 9. Mr. Ibraheem Adeoye 10. Miss. Taiwo Adebisi 11. Mr. Yusuf Folake 12. Mr. A. Oniyide 13. Mrs. Folake Lasisi Photography Hairdressing Adult Literacy Fashion Design Catering Textile Hat & Beads Barbing Computer Studies Secretary Cleaner Day Guard Cleaner

EGBEDA 1. Mrs. O. O. Akerele 2. Mr. J.A. Adeigbe 3. Miss Toyin Lateef 4. Mr. Olatunji Saka 5. Mr. Obafemi Monday 6. Miss Omawunmi Ojuyah 7. Mrs. Olukemi Modeyin 8. Miss Tope Adeshina 9. Mr. Babatunde Favour 10. Mr. Ayoola Olabode 11. Mrs. Adenike Ojo 12. Mrs. Bimbo Balogun 13. Mrs. Oluremi Fanibe 14. Miss. Ramat Talib 15. Miss M.T. Hamzat 16. Miss. Kehinde Dare 17. Mr. Attibe Hassan 18. Mr. Umaru Muhammed 19. Mr. Abowode Azeez Textile Photography Adult Literacy Computer Bag Craft Hairdressing & Cosmetology Catering Fashion Computer Barbing Hats Beads Admin. Officer Secretary Clerk Cleaner Security Guard Security Guard Clerk

IGBOOYE-EPE

1. Miss Oghoba Titilayo 2. Mr. Odubote Ramota 3. Mr. Onafuye Michael 4. Miss. Joseph Grace 5. Mr. Ogunsanya Ibrahim 6. Mr. Keshinro Oluwaseyi 7. Mr. Akintunde Oluwayemisi 8. Mrs. Alebiosu Muinat 9. Miss. Mustapha Sakirat 10. Mrs. Toriola Olusola 11. Mr. Lasisi Sikiru 12. Mr. Arigbabu Rasaki 13. Mrs. Alaka Alice 8 IBEJU-LEKKI 1. Mrs. Bamkiya M.A 2. Mr. S.B. Obobolo 3. Mr. E. Ihesiabah 4. Mr. A.D. Mustapha 5. Ms. S.A.Fakan 6. Miss. O. Arawomo 7. Mrs. V.O. Liadi 8. Mr. A.F. Aderemi 9. Mr. K.M. Quadri 10. Mr. A. Ayeyun 11. Mr. F.D. Odusanya 12. Mr. S.B. Jinadu 13. Mrs. R.Y. Ogundipe 14. Mr. I.O. Odumosu 15. Mr. G.O. Kehinde 16. Mrs.V.F. Olajide 17. Mr. T.O.M. Odule 18. Miss. A.O.M. Abaniwonda 19. Mr. Safurani Benson Bakare 20. Mr. K.O. Obeda 21. Mrs. A. Musa 9 EREDO-EPE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Mr. M.O. Omosule Miss. A.O. Salisu Mrs. B.G. Timothy Mr. S.D. Baruwa Mr. A.A. Sobowale Mrs. A.A. Oyetunde

Hats/Beads making Catering Adult Literacy Fashion Photography Computer Hairdressing Textile Barbing Secretary Security Guard Security Guard Cleaner

Hats/Beads making Tile Laying Screen Printing Heat transfer Computer Catering Adult Literacy Refrigeration & A/C Repairs Aluminium Fabrication Welding Fabrication Hairdressing Vulcanizing Textile design Barbing Photography Fashion design Wheel Balancing & All. Secretary Security Guard Security Guard Cleaner

Computer Fashion Adult literacy Computer Textile Catering

7. Mr. A.O. Adegbesan 8. Mrs. G.E. Adebiyi 9. Mrs. M.A. Sojisola 10. Mrs. S.O. Adeniyi 11. Mrs. M.O. Dada 12. Mrs. T. Adeyemi 10 SURULERE 1. Akpan C. 2. Ibrahim S. 3. Nnaji C. 4. Ikebukwu C. 5. Amos O. 6. Fashola M. 7. Yesufa A. 8. Idowu .O 9. Orekan M. 10. Adesheye S. 11. Mustapha S. 12. Owodunni 13. Olaniba A. 14. Muhammed K. 11. MUSHIN 1. Obadina Titilayo A. 2. Adekaiyaja Michael 3. Mrs. Showemimo 4. Gideon J. Johnson 5. Ogunniyi Toyin 6. Ogundimu Tolani 7. Fesojaye Najim 8. Olisa Adedayo 9. Fasinro Waliu 10. Abiodun Lawal 11. Akeem Mustapha 12. Irawoyah Yetunde 13. Fabusuyi Monisola 14. Hassan Oluwatoyin 15. Oshodi Azeez 16. Vincent Folashade 17. Abubakar Sefina 18. Osundele Ashimiyu 19. Ojo Olushola 20. Olawoyin Sule

Barbing Hats/Beads making Cosmetology Photography Secretary Cleaner

Cleaner Night Guard Night Guard Day Guard Secretary Catering Computer Hairdressing Fashion Hats/Beads Barbing Photography Textile Catering

Adult Literacy Computer Studies Hairdressing Barbing Textile Design Hats/Beads making Tile laying Screen Printing Vulcanizing/Wheel Balancing Welding Aluminium Fabrication Photography Catering Fashion Refrigeration & A/C Repairs Clerk Cleaner Day Security Night Guard Night Guard

21. Adeyanju Segun 22. Perpetua Ezeh 12. IKORODU 1 1. Mrs. M.A. Ladega 2. Mrs. A.N. Asogwa 3. Mrs. Hammed Fatimat 4. Mr. Hassan Olumide 5. Mrs.A.A. Adeoye 6. Mrs.F.T. Awoniyi 7. Mr. Muraina Kazeem 8. Mrs. Ogunkoya O. 9. Mr. Akibu Arowolo 10. Mr. Okon Uwah 13. LAGOS ISLAND 1. Mr. Adewoyin A.B. 2. Mr. Rafiu A.N. 3. Mr. Bakare A.H. 4. Mrs. Okunnu R.A. 5. Mrs. Agoola Oluwafunke 6. Mr. Akanbi T.A. 7. Miss. Okelade Oluwatosin 8. Miss. Ogunlalu 9. Mr. Alaka B. 10. Mr. Bola Folarin 11. Miss. Bola Ajayi 14. IKORODU II 1. Mr. Adekunle B.O. 2. Mr Osunkoya S.A. 3. Mrs. Lamidi F.H. 4. Mrs. Adewuyi Helen 5. Miss. David Tope 6. Mr. Evwovivwe K. 7. Mr. Ajileye Kayode 8. Mr. Monsura Ganiyu 9. Mr. Adewusi Musa 10. Mr. Opaleye M. 11. Mr. Fakunmoju S. 12. Mrs. Lawal Mojisola 13. Mr. Ogunba Adeniyi 14. Mr. Enigbokan M.

Day/Night Guard Secretary

Hairdressing Fashion Design Textile Computer Catering Hat and Beads Cleaner Day/ Night guard Day/ Night guard

Computer Photography Barbing Catering Fashion Adult literacy Hairdressing Secretary Security Guard Security Guard Cleaner

Textile Computer Catering Fashion Cosmetology Printing Refrigeration & A/C Repairs Aluminum Barbing Welding Printing Hats/Beads Adult Literacy Wheel Balancing

15. Mr. Adeniyi Ayo 16. Mrs. Ogunsina B.G. 15. KOSOFE 1. Mr. Bello A.A. 2. Mrs. Kanimodo, Funke 3. Mr. Wale Mayabikan 4. Mrs.Thomas Ajiboye 5. Miss. Orekoya, Gbemisola 6. Miss. Olaogun, Stella 7. Mr. Onigbogi Itunu 8. Mr. Adeyemi Olumuyiwa 9. Mrs. Sunday Helen 10. Mr. Onabajo Kehinde 11. Mr. Ajayi Oluwaseun 12. Mr. John 13. Mr. Adedeji Olumide 14. Mrs.Olaoye Olabisi 16. IBA 1. Mr. Ajayi olagoke 2. Mr. Adio Peters 3. Mrs. Awani Josephine 4. Miss. Babalola Tosin 5. Mrs. Arowoshola Adenike 6. Mrs. Justina Uchendu 7. Mr. Oyewole Rasheed .A. 8. Miss. Oje Phebean .O. 9. Mr. Azeez O. Abdulahi 10. Mr. Ige Peters A. 11. Mr. Tijani Saheed .O. 12. Mr. Kareem Fatai 13. Mr. Oyerinde moshood 14. Mr. Balogun Wasiu 15. Mr. Bello Sulaiman 16. Mr. Michael Moses 17. Mr Bello O. Jude 18. Mrs. Obisanya J.A. 19. Mrs. Agbaje A.O. 20. Mr. Lawal.A. 21. Mr.Yakubu M.

Photography Admin. Officer

Computer Hats and Beads Catering Hairdressing Textile Design Adult Literacy Barbing Photography Fashion Design Shoe / Bag Making Secretary Security Guard Security Guard Cleaner

Fashion Computer Adult Literacy Hairdressing Textile Hats/Beads Barbing Catering Photography Screen Printing Refrigeration & A/C Repairs Aluminium Wheel Balancing/Vulcanizing Tiles laying Welding Craft, Bag & Shoe Secretary Cleaner Cleaner Security Security

WAPA/ 158/ VOL.V/ 81

11th May, 2011.

The Chief Executive Officer, Olayinka Ayetutu Nigeria Limited, 28, Ogunjebe Street, Ayinla Bus- stop, Papa Ashafa, Agege, Lagos. RE: LETTER OF REMINDER OF REQUEST FOR CONTRACT. I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter on the above subject matter and all other correspondences sent in relation to your request. In addition to the above, I am further directed to inform you that presently the Ministry does not have any project at hand for execution and that you will be contacted if need be. Please accept the Honourable Commissioners warmest regards at all times. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/915/VOL.II/166 The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Infrastructures, The Secretariat, Alausa- Ikeja, Lagos. Attn: Mr. Alalade (Quantity Surveyor Dept.)

11th May, 2011.

FORWARDING OF DOCUMENTS FOR VARIATION WORKS DONE AT MUSHIN, TRANSIT HOME- AYOBO AND PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED HOME- KETU. I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and forward the following documents to your office for further necessary actions. The documents are architectural drawings, structural drawings, Photographs of: A, Transit Home for Trafficked women and Children B, Skill Acquisition Centre, Mushin C, Home for physically Challenged D, Write- ups on the projects. E, CD containing photographs of Mushin and Ayobo. Thank you. Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/1169/VOL.I/83 The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Finance, The Secretariat, Alausa- Ikeja, Lagos.

13th June, 2011.

INCLUSION OF SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRES IN LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT INSURANCE SCHEME. The Ministry of Women Affairs and Poverty alleviation established 16 Skill Acquisition Centres and 1 Pottery Centre all over Lagos State. This is in pursuit of its citizens empowerment programme through capacity building for self reliance. We are aware of an Insurance Scheme for Government Officials and properties accessibly from your office. Consequently, I am directed to request for the inclusion of the Skill Acquisition Centres referred to above in the Insurance scheme. Please find attached the list of the centres, their locations and list of equipments in each centre. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent secretary

LIST OF SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRES UNDER THE MINISTRY OF WOMEN AFFAIRS AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION.
1. Eredo- Epe - Eredo Village adjacent to Eredo Local Council Development Area Office, Epe- Ijebu- Ode road. 2. Igbooye-Epe - Jalugaye road, Igbooye Town off Igbooye- Ibonwon road, by Mojoda junction along Epe- Ijebu-Ode road. - 46, Oriwu road, Ita- Elewa, Ikorodu. - Borokini street, Aga,Ikorodu. - 9, Folashade Ajayi street off Adebayo Mokuolu street Anthony Village, Lagos. - Adeniji Adele road by Oja Oba Model market, Lagos Island. - Iyun road, besides Police, off western avenue, Hogan Bassey, Surulere. 8 Ejigbo 9 Egbeda 10 Amuwo 11 Shibiri- Ojo 12 Badagry 13 Egan - Lastma Compound, Ejigbo road, Ejigbo. - Millennium School Compound, Karimu Laka Street, Egbeda. - Oriade Local Council Development Area. - Shibiri- Ekunpa Road, Shibiri, Ojo. - Marina road, Beside National Library. - Egan Road, Igando Market Bus- stop, off LASU- Expressway. 14 Iba 15 Ibeju- Lekki 16 Mushin - Iba LCDA Compound, Iba. - Orimedu Village, by Eleko Beach, Ibeju-lekki. - Olawoyin Street, off Layi Oyekanmi street, Mushin.

3. Ikorodu I 4. Ikorodu II 5. KOSOFE 6. Lagos Island 7 Surulere

W. A .P .A
SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRES - PRINCIPALS AND TELEPHONE NOS.

NAME MR. ADETILOYE ADETILOYE/FANIBE MRS. OSINUBI MRS. OLORUNIMBE MR. ONI MRS. OBAJIMI MR. ASHIMI MRS. ELIAS MR. OLAGBEMI 08185484649 MRS. BOYI MRS. AKIN-TAYLOR MRS. BADA MRS. ELEHIBIRI 07026912183 MRS. OSO MRS. GISANRI MRS. ADENOLA

SAC MUSHIN EGAN EREDO IKORODU I IKORODU II KOSOFE EGBEDA SHIBIRI BADAGRY

TELEPHONE 08023139747, 07056900752 08033071019 08056111965 07026272750 080825761448 08023417779 08034721168 08023213126 08062476097 08050334449

IBA SURULERE LAGOS ISLAND IGBO-OYE

08023964301 08034718802 08033486587 08033538429

IBEJU-LEKKI WDC, AGEGE EJIGBO

07041809352 07069510152 08023131346 08081775331

WAPA/1255/VOL.I/19. D (WA) Via AD (WA), Via ACAO (WA), Folios 16 to 18 refer, please. COMPUTER MAINTENANCE STRATEGY FOR SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRES3RD and 4TH QUARTERS. 2. A mail was received from SYSTEMFACTS LIMITED in respect of Computer systems used in all Skill Acquisition Centres (SACs). They also wrote to formally propose that Computer repairs be placed on a maintenance package. The package according to them will keep all computers in each centre running with near- zero downtime. 3. According to them, they hope to achieve this by implementing a maintenance schedule which will be strictly adhered to and also be monitored by the Ministry. In addition, they hope to implement this maintenance schedule in accordance with the laid down school time table; Routine maintenance before the commencement of each term Routine mid-term check Warranty management Call-in service Routine or call services for licensed operating system repairs Replacement of faulty hard disk, memory, keyboard and mouse Spare-in-the-air facility; provision of standby computer systems for urgent use if need be.

4. The maintenance package however does not accommodate the following: Faulty uninterruptible power supply units (UPS) Motherboards and power packs Damages resulting from vandalism and theft. 5. In conclusion, this package will add value to our service, increase appreciably the Return on Investment (ROI) and will also guarantee optimum performance of all computer systems throughout their operational lifespan. Finally, it will save the Ministry the stress of collating reports of damaged computers before initiating a maintenance process.

6. The sum for the maintenance of 30 computer sets per centre for 1 month is N45, 000 only. N45, 000 x 14= N630, 000 N630, 000 x 3 =1,890,000 total amount for one quarter So therefore, the 3rd and 4th quarters = N1, 890,000 x 2 = N 3,780,000 7. Attached are the cost implication of this strategy for one quarter and a copy of the Ministry of Science and Technologys reply on Computer specification. 8. In view of the above, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Three Million, Seven Hundred and Eighty Thousand Naira (N3, 780,000:00) only for the maintenance package as proposed by System facts Limited for 3rd and 4th quarters respectively. The relevant Vote of Charge is Upkeep and Maintenance of Skill Acquisition Centres, Code No: 01-041-41005-000-11009-0000-40326 with a balance of N59, 985,418: 00 as at today 24th August, 2011. 9. Submitted please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 25th August, 2011

D(WA), Via CAO (WA), REPORT OF THE MEETING HELD WITH SYSTEMFACTS LIMITED REPRESENTATIVE ON THURSDAY, 9TH JUNE, 2011. The meeting was held in room 214 with Mrs. Odutola (CAO) and the System facts representative present. The issues discussed at the meeting are as follows:

That the Ministry is not in support of the annual maintenance package as presented by the firm. But the monthly scheduled service maintenance package will be considered. That the cost of the service/ maintenance package as proposed by Systemfacts (N45, 000 for 30 computer systems per month) was also discussed and the final conclusion was that the amount be reduced to N43, 000 per month. That is , it was agreed that for every 30 computers, the cost will be N43,000.

At the end of the meeting, it was finally agreed that the sum of Six Hundred and One Thousand Naira only be paid for the service agreement package for 14 SACs. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 13th June, 2011.

WAPA/955/VOL.I/89. D (WA) Via CAO (WA), YEAR 2011 PUBLIC SERVICE WEEK. 2. The Public Service Week 2011 is an annual celebration which is aimed at bringing all civil/ Public Servants together under one umbrella. As part of the celebration, exhibition of finished products from various Ministries will be showcased and displayed for the entire staff to see and acquire.

3. In addition, WAPA SACs products that will be showcased are textiles, arts & crafts and fashion & accessories. Also, 12nos of students will be needed; 4nos each from the following SACs: - kosofe, Mushin and Egbeda respectively. 4. The exhibition date falls on the 22nd, June, 2011 and the venue is Adeyemi Bero Auditorium, the secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja. 5. Below is the financial implication for the exhibition:-

2 cello tapes @ N300 each - N600:00 10 cardboards @ N50 each - N500:00 6 makers/ Tempo @ N150 - N900:00 2 packets of Office pins @ N50 - N100:00 2 price tags @ N300 - N600:00 3 packets of polythene bag @ N300 - N900:00 Transportation of students to and fro their centres @ N4,000 per centre - N12,000:00 - Feeding @ N300 each for 12(students) - N3,600:00 - Incidentals - N5,000:00 TOTAL N24, 200:00 6. In view of the above, kindly seek approval for release of the sum of Twenty- Four thousand, two Hundred Naira (Thirty- Four Thousand, Two Hundred Naira) only for WAPA SACs to participate in the exhibition section of the forthcoming public service week 2011. 7. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 16th June, 2011.

WAPA/840/VOL.1/59. D (WA) Via CAO (WA), Folio 56 refers, please. 2. The procurement of new computer systems to replace the old and over-used ones in all Skill Acquisition Centres (SACs) was urgently needed to put the Computer department in good condition.

3. Following the above, System Facts Limited sent a mail in respect of Computer Systems procurement for SACs and approval was given to the firm with the lowest bid and the supply was in phases. It was later resolved that the Ministry of Science and Technologys inputs be sought for their professional advice as the ICT guru of the State. 4. Furthermore, it was finally concluded that either DELL or HP desktop computers with the specifications as recommended by MOST be adhered to. After its approval, three quotations were received from three different computer suppliers. 5. At the end of this process, the 1st phase of the procurement took place and the following centres were selected. They are: Eredo- Epe, Ikorodu I, Egbeda, Lagos Island, Shibiri and Badagry SACs. 6. In addition, Computer Systems meant for the Skill Acquisition Centre, Egbeda was taken to Surulere due to the renovation work going on at the centre. 7. Attached on page 56- 58, is a copy of the submission for the procurement of Computer System in phase 1 and submission for the procurement of Computer Systems in Phase II is being treated in WAPA/1255/VOL.1. 8. In view of the foregoing, may I suggest that the principal at Egbeda SAC be informed of this development and that Computer Systems will be supplied when approval meant for Surulere is received in phase II which include the following centres; Kososfe, Igbo-oye, Ejigbo and Egbeda. 9. Submitted, please. Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 16th June, 2011.

WAPA/906/VOL.I/114

16th June, 2011.

Arch. Femi Olagoke,

SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRE, SURULERE. I am directed to inform you to kindly visit the Skill Acquisition Centre, Surulere to carry out a general assessment of the said centre as soon as possible. Please kindly treat as urgent. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/840/VOL.I/61

20 th June, 2011.

The Principal, Skill Acquisition Centre, Millennium School Compound, Karimu Laka Street, Egbeda, Lagos. REPLACEMENT OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS.

The procurement of new computer systems to replace the obsolete ones is of utmost importance to the smooth running of the centre and responsibility of this Ministry as a whole. In view of the above, I have been directed to inform you that due to the renovation work going on at your centre, computer systems meant to be delivered at your centre have been taken to Surulere Skill Acquisition Centre. In addition, computer systems meant for your centre will be supplied when approval is received in phase II which the latter centre is included. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

D (WA) Via CAO (WA), Folios to refer, please. COMPUTER REPLACEMENT STRATEGY FOR SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRES. Following the trail of development around the globe/ worldwide. The knowledge of computer studies cannot be over-emphasized as the worlds technology is moving very fast towards jet age.

In line with the above, Computer departments in skill acquisition centres are either deprived of teaching capacity or equipments used are obsolete. Though, procurement of computer systems have been done in some centres (Phase I) and the next phase is yet to be approved. The affected centres are Igbo-oye, Ejigbo, Kosofe and Egbeda respectively. Due to the reasons above, three quotations were received from three different companies which specializes in computer sets. They are System facts limited, Infitron technologies limited and Pantapost ventures. Below are the Proforma invoices as sent: S FIRM QUANTI ITEM / TY N 1 Infitron 30 Dell Desktop PC . - Intel dual core 2.4 GHZ - 250GB HDD - 2GB RAM - DVD + RW - 17 Flat Screen - Microsoft windows 7 starter 2 Pantapost Dell Desktop PC . Ventures - Intel dual core 2.2 GHZ - 250GB HDD - 2GB RAM - DVD + RW - 17 Flat Screen - Microsoft windows 7 3 System Dell optiplex 380 series Desktop PC . facts - Intel dual core 2.6 GHZ - 320GB HDD - 2GB RAM - DVD + RW - 19 Flat Screen - Microsoft windows 7 - 1- yr Dell warranty - 600VA UPS UNIT TOTAL(N)

164,000 4,920,000

160,000 4,800,000

150,000 4,500,000

In the 1st Phase of the procurement process, M.O.S.T was contacted as the ICT guru of the State and they gave their recommendations in line with the nature of work the computer systems will be used for and durability was considered. Their recommendation goes thus; Systems Facts Limited is having the least amount and the firm is well known for its good products and long time collaboration with the Ministry. In view of the foregoing, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Four Million, Five Hundred Thousand Naira (N4, 500,000; 00) only, to be used for the procurement of computer systems in 4 different centres (Phase II). The relevant Vote of Charge is

WAPA/955/VOL.I/91. D (WA) Via CAO (WA), YEAR 2011 PUBLIC SERVICE WEEK. 2. Following the HOS directive that all participating Ministries should re- exhibit their finished products because the Executive Governor of Lagos State is coming to inspect the stands and products displayed by each Ministry present at the exhibition ground. 3. Due to the above, the submission written was only for a day (i.e. 22nd June, 2011). There is need to seek for additional funds to accommodate expenses made. 4. Below are the financial implications: - N1, 600:00 - N 5,000:00

2 dozens of chair @ N400 x 2days 10 tables @ N500

Transportation of students to and fro their centres @ N4,000 per centre Feeding @ N300 each for 12(students) Feeding @ N500 each for 4 coordinating WAPA staff and their allowances x 2days Incidentals TOTAL - N8, 000:00 - N2, 000:00 N32, 200:00 - N12,000:00 - N3, 600:00

5. In view of the above, kindly seek approval for release of the sum of Thirty- Two Thousand, Two Hundred Naira (Thirty- Two Thousand, Two Hundred Naira) only for WAPA SACs to participate in the day 2 exhibition section of the public service week 2011. 6. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 23rd June, 2011.

WAPA/231/VOL.1/152. D (WA), RE: VARIATION CLAIMS 2. Following the additional works done at the Skill Acquisition Centre, Mushin; Physically Challenged Home, Ketu, Mile 12 and Transit Home, Ayobo, the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure must carry out some necessary inspections to determine the differences between the awarded figure and the actual amount spent. 3. Due to the above, the Ministry of works and Infrastructure, Office of works staffs must visit the site of the above projects for thorough professional assessment of work done. The time for take off is 10:00 am. The following staff will embark on the inspection trip to the project sites. They are: Quantity Surveyor-2nos, Architect-2 nos, Mechanical Engineer- 2 nos, Electrical Engineer-2 nos and Civil Engineer-2 nos.

4.

Below are the financial implications for the said visitation:Monday 27th June, 2011. N 3,000 N 12,000 N 3,000 N 12,000 N 2,000 TOTAL N 32,000

DAY ONE

Transportation to Ayobo (fuelling of Bus) Feeding @ N1, 000 each for 12 pple DAY TWO Tuesday, 28th June, 2011. Transportation to Mushin and Mile 12 (fuelling of Bus) Feeding @ N1, 000 each for 12 pple Incidentals

5. In view of the above, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Thirty- Two Thousand Naira (N32, 000) only, to enable the MOW staffs carry out inspection on the 3 project sites. 6. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 27th June, 2011.

WAPA/915/VOL.II/181

29th June, 201I.

The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Justice, The Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja. Lagos. Attn: Afees A. Abdullahi (Esq.)- Civil Litigation Department. RE: SUIT NO: ID/509/209-ALHAJA KARIMOTU ADENIJI VS ATTORNEYGENERAL, LAGOS STATE AND ORS. I am directed to refer to your letter Ref No: LJC/8186/54 dated 8th June, 2011, in respect of the above subject matter. The Skill Acquisition Centre (SAC) situated at Olawoyin Street off Layi Oyekanmi Street Mushin was a vacant parcel of land occupied by ram sellers and other petty traders

transacting different businesses there. The said parcel of land was donated to the Ministry by the former Commissioner for the Environment, Hon. Mr. Muiz Banire and Hon. Bolaji Yusuff Ayinla of Lagos State House of assembly, both from Mushin area of the State and are bonafide members of that Constituency. Mushin is a flash spot where youth unrest and exuberance manifest regularly. The Establishment of the SAC was in response to the call of elders of the community, the council Chairmen and Community Development Association. Indeed, the establishment witnessed a whole lot of accolade from residents as the parcel of land was also a den of robbers and miscreants. The SAC constructed is of immense benefit to the public at large, where youths, dropouts, widows, housewives to mention but a few are trained to be self- reliant and economically independent. The whole of Mushin LG & Ojuwoye LCDA were represented at the Commissioning. There was never a foundation at the sight, only bungalow-high heaps of sawdust and ram dung. The centre makes the 16th number of such spread across the State which is working in line with the State Governments commitment to its people. In view of this, I am further directed to imploy the State Counsels to seek for adjournment to allow concerned parties to gather necessary document(s) to assist the defendants in court. Please find relevant photographs on pages 14 and 15 of the attached brochure. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/1255/VOL.I/22 The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Science and Technology, The Secretariat, Alausa- Ikeja, Lagos.

7th July, 2011.

PROCUREMENT OF COMPUTER SETS FOR SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRES. This Ministry due to its promise of reducing poverty to its bearest minimum, introduced Skill Acquisition Centres (SACs) spread around LGs and LCDAs in the State to train and empower the less privileged people to be economically independent and self- reliant. Presently, 17nos SACs are functioning and more are still to come. The courses taught includes Computer Studies, Hairdressing & Cosmetology, Catering & Hotel Management, Photography, Fashion Design to mention but a few. Earlier on, this Ministry had proposed replacement of Computer Sets in all SACs due to the nature of its usage, that is, for training purposes. The 1st Phase of Computer Sets

procured was done according to your Ministrys specification which stated the Computer make and other vital information for quality and durability. Following the above, the 2nd Phase of procurement is about to take place and your contribution as the professional Ministry on ICT is needed to speed- up this requirement as the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget awaits your input. Your early response will be highly appreciated. Thank you. Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/203/VOL.VI/44. D (WA), Via ACAO (WA), Folio 42-43 refers, please.

2. A letter of appreciation was received from the board of trustees of SEBECCLY CANCER CARE AND SUPPORT CENTRE to show their profound gratitude for the Ministrys approval of their organisations registration. 3. They further explained the gains of their partnership with the Ministry as this will ensure that women living with breast cancer are properly monitored to earn a living, make them economically viable and finally re-integrate them back to the society. 4. The organisation also attach a list of interested candidates who are willing to learn either a skill or the other and the centre of their choice. Please find on page 43 the attached list of candidates. 5. In view of the above, may I suggest that the Principal of chosen SAC be furnished with the name(s) and choice of skill to be learnt by each candidate. 6. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 7th July, 2011.

WAPA/974/VOL.I/168. D (WA) Via ACAO (WA), Folio 166 to 167 refers, please. RE: CONTRACT AWARD FOR THE REMODELLING AND UPGRADING OF ISHERI REHABILITATION AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE (PHASE II). 2. A letter was received from Deux Projects Limited to inform the Ministry of their companys completion of the contract award for the remodeling and upgrading of Isheri Rehabilitation and Vocational Training Centre (Phase II). This Phase includes the

woodwork section, Cane furniture, fashion Design to empower the Good Boys and the entire public at large. 3. The establishment of more vocations at the above said centre will further promote the workings of the State Government and bring the dividends of democracy to its citizenry. In addition, the firm is requesting for further payment of the sum of N217, 037,271.93 being balance payment of the contract sum. 4. In view of the above, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Two Hundred and Seventeen Million, Thirty- Seven Thousand, Two Hundred and SeventyOne Naira, and Ninety-Three Kobo ( N217,037,271.93) only, as payment for the completion of the Phase II work done at the Isheri Rehabilitation Centre. The relevant VOC is Upgrading and Rehabilitation of resettlement and Vocational Centre, Isheri ; Code No:- 02/041/41002/000/11009/2724/45001 with a balance of N2,253,684,114.51 as at today 12th July,2011. 5. Submitted, please for further directives.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 14th July, 2011.

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF WOMEN AFFAIRS AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION SKILL ACQUISITION TRAINING PROGRAMME (Forms to be returned by participant at the venue) REGISTRATION FORM
Name:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Surname First Name Middle Name Maiden Name: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Home Address: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Telephone Number: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Date of Birth: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Marital Status:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Educational Qualification:-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Next of kin: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TRAINING COURSES AVAILABLE Tick one (1) course of interest 1. 2. 3. Hair Braiding/Weaving Tie & Dye Balloon & Flower Decoration

4. 5. 6. 7.

Cake and Snack Production Soap and Pomade Hat Making and Crafts Bead Stringing

8.

Production of Stove Thread/Rat Poison/Insecticides/Disinfectant

LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA:------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SIGNATURE OF PARTICIPANT:---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FOR OFFICE USE ONLY SIGNATURE OF RECEIVING OFFICER WITH DATE:---------------------------------------------------------------

The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Establishment and Training, The Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja. Thru The Permanent Secretary, The Public Service Office, The Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja. Thru The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, The Secretariat, Alausa,

Ikeja. Thru The Director Women Affairs Department, Ministry of Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, The Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja. NOTIFICATION OF INTENTION FOR MASTER PROGRAMME. I hereby wish to notify you of my intention to further my studies by putting in for Masters Programme in Public Administration. I have applied to study Public Administration in Lagos State University, Ojo,. The Program is expected to commence this year for the duration 18 months. I would be grateful if my application is granted. Thank you.

Yours Faithfully, Adeola Shinaba Principal Administrative officer.

WAPA/1106/VOL.I/252. D (WA), RE: LAGOS ICONIC RETAIL KIOSK INITIATIVE DEVELOPMENTKIOSK 01. Folios 250 to 251 refer, please.

2. A Letter was received from Oyeyinka Industries Limited in respect of the above subject matter, as regards its completion and other necessary processes. 3. The project coordinator wrote to notify the Ministry that work as commenced on the production of Kiosk 01 and that as soon as the production test is carried out and completed, the Ministry will be notified. 4. In addition, the point of delivery address/ location for placing the kiosk should be forwarded to their office for further action on the products prompt delivery. 5. In view of the above, may I suggest that the kiosk 01 when completed be placed at either of the two locations for easy viewing by other Ministries, parastatals, agencies and the general public. The locations are: 1. Beside the Mobile Kitchen directly in front of the Public Service Office. 2. The open space in front of the Adeyemi Bero Auditoriums main gate. 6. Submitted, please for further directives.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 18th July, 2011.

WAPA/203/VOL.VI/45. The Principal, -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

21st July, 2011.

RE: LETTER OF APPRECIATION.

I am directed to forward the following name(s) of candidates to your centre to learn a vocation of their choice. Below is the list of candidates sent by Sebeccly Cancer Care and Support Centre. S/N NAME 1. OYEGBILE OLUWAKEMI 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. OYEGBILE TAMILORE FOLASHADE BABAJIDE UNAMBA HAPINESS ALIU TITILAYO DR. OMOLOLA SALAKO OYEKANMI OLUWATOSIN CLETINA UGBEREASE OYELOLA OLUTOLA JANET OMOYENI COURSE COMPUTER EDUCATION FASHION DESIGN HAT MAKING HAT MAKING FASHION DESIGN FASHION DESIGN CATERING & HOTEL MANAGEMENT FASHION DESIGN LOCATION WDC, AGEGE WDC, AGEGE EGBEDA SURULERE KOSOFE, ANTHONY VILLAGE EGBEDA KOSOFE, ANTHONY VILLAGE

Please kindly attend to the candidate(s) that picked your centre and ensure prompt actions. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/902/S.II/222 The Principal, Skill Acquisition Centre, Lastma Compound, Ejigbo, Lagos. RE: REPLACEMENT OF DAY GUARD.

21st July, 2011.

I am directed to refer to your letter on the above subject matter and inform you to get a written attestation to the character of the new day guard from two (2) significant people within the centres vicinity for future and record purposes.

Please treat as urgent and forward same to the Ministry for further actions. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/1169/VOL.I/87 The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Finance, The Secretariat, Alausa Ikeja, Lagos.

21st July, 2011.

RE: REQUEST FOR INCLUSION OF SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRES IN THE STATE GOVERNMENT INSURANCE SCHEME.

I am directed to refer to your letter Ref: MF/S.4284/S.6/VOL.I/48, dated 17th June, 2011, in respect of the above subject matter and to forward herewith the list of equipments needed in Skill Acquisition Centres with their price list. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/ 21st July,2011. The Permanent Secretary, Debt Management Office, The Secretariat, Alausa- Ikeja, Lagos. RE: LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT BOND ISSANCE PROGRAMME TRANCHE I & II- USE OF PROCEEDS. I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and inform you that the Phase IIB of the Upgrading and Re- modeling of Isheri Rehabilitation and Vocational centre is completed.

The total contract sum of N271, 530,562..05 as the amount spent on the above mentioned project. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/1277/VOL.I/39. D (WA), Via AD (WA), RE: PLEASE SUPPORT OUR CERVICAL HEALTH CAMPAIGN. Folios 12 to 38 refer, please. A mail was received from George Kelly Life Foundation (GKLF), established to treat cervical cancer, create awareness and vaccinate women against this deadly disease. 2. According to the founder, the organization annually organizes a Bake sale/ Cake auction to raise funds for their campaign against cervical cancer from scratch to finish. During the event, participating bakeries donates cakes which are auctioned to get funds for cervical cancer awareness campaign proper. They use radio, television jingles and

face to face medium to communicate and conduct free cervical cancer screening exercises. Furthermore, they stated that the former DG (Princess Mrs. Adebisi Sarah Sosan) chaired the previous year occasion with her esteemed presence. 3. In addition, this years edition of the occasion is scheduled to hold on the 17th December, 2011 and they requested the presence of the Deputy Governor, Her Excellency, Mrs. Adejoke Orelope - Adefulire as the Chairperson of this years occasion. Consequently, they are using this means to solicit for full participation and partnership of the Lagos State Government in setting up a cervical cancer screening and treatment center in Lagos State. 4. The proposal attached implies that the organization is seeking for assistance in securing a place to accommodate their staffs, equipments, materials to be used to fight the ever growing disease and at the same time, their re-current expenditures, for running the centre are also needed. Below are the highlights of items needed by GKLFGeorge Kelly Life foundation; PROGRAM Set-up ITEM Awareness for 5,000 Women every month for I year. Free cervical screening4500 Women monthly for 1year. Gryotheraphy treatment unit, etc. Salaries/Benefits and Utilities operations, etc. DESCRIPTION 2set each and 5000,pamphlets COST N 17,606,000

Running cost TOTAL

N 8,474,000 26,080,000:00

5. Also attached is a copy of last years Programme for the Christmas, Bake sale. 6. In view of the foregoing, may I advice that in as much as the foundations idea is splendid and will have immense benefits to healthy living of Women and girls in particular and Lagosians in general. The foundation be invited for crucial meeting with the management to further discuss the brain behind setting up a cervical screening and treatment Centre in the State which will provide more jobs for medical Officers and reduce unemployment. 7. Submitted, Please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 8th August, 2011.

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR WOMEN SOCIETIES (NCWS) 2011 NATIONAL CONVECTION. LAGOS STATE CHAPTER SPONSORED DELEGATES: NAMES DESIGNATION SIG./ DATE

S/N 1. 2.

3.

4.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

WAPA/ 915/VOL.I/

D (WA), 1. Following Her Excellencys directive on the additional works done at Mushin Skill Acquisition Centre, Physically Challenged Home, Ketu, Mile 12 and Transit Home, Ayobo. The staffs of the Ministry of Works and Infrastructures, Office of Works (MOW) were taken to the above mentioned sites for thorough inspection as discussed. 2. In addition to the above, contractors who worked at the above sites were also contacted on phone (Mr. Abiodun to be precise) while Arch. Femi olagoke was on site to show the M.O.W staffs what has been done.

3. Lastly, Mr. Alalade was contacted yesterday and he said that the report was with the SA, M.O.W and that everything was in order. 4. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 3rd August, 2011.

WAPA/907/VOL.I/129 The Special Adviser, Office of the Special Adviser to His Excellency, On Taxation and Revenue, Revenue Compliant and Information Unit, Block 19, The Secretariat, Alausa,Ikeja, Lagos. RE: REQUEST FOR PAYMENT OF LAND USE CHARGE

8th August, 2011

This Ministry constructed over 18nos Skill Acquisition Centres (SACs) in LGs and LCDAs of the State to make poverty history and empower our youths to be self reliant and economically independent whereby social vices and unemployment will be reduced to its bearest minimum. Skill Acquisition Centres under the auspices of this Ministry operate on a tuition free basis without any hidden charged except fee for purchase of admission forms and Identity Card which is Seven Hundred and Fifty naira (N750:00) only. Following the above, the SAC situated in Epe on Jalugaye Street was served with notice of the Land Use Charge bill amounting to Seven thousand and Fifty-Six naira, Eighty-eight kobo (N7, 056.88). I am to add that no centre has ever received such notice since the commencement of the programme. It is pertinent to note that this Ministry has 2 centres in Epe and the other is located in Eredo village. It is in this vein that I am directed to crave your indulgence on the matter and hope that the billing will be waived because its a government entity. Attached is a copy of the Land Use Charge bill served the SAC, Igbooye. Please treat as urgent. Thank you. Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/222/S.2/228 D(WA) Via AD(WA), Folios 283 to 287 refers, please.

PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF MODRERN TEACHING AIDS


1. A mail was received from BERTLAM AUDIO VISUAL LINKS in respect of the above subject matter. The above company is involved in marketing of Modern Audio-Visual Products for Teaching Aids, Training & Seminar

Presentations. Their products help instructors, teachers and lecturers to further educate students by impacting the required & desired knowledge on them. 2. The teaching aids equipments are: i. Multimedia Projector ii. Portable Public AJJ. System iii. Lectern PAS iv. White Magnetic Board v. Pin board/Notice board

3. They also have other product(s) in stock. The products are: Flip chart Board, Interactive Board, Conference System, Overhead Projector, Projection screen, Laser Painter, Language Laborating, etc. 4. In addition, they are also into spare-parts sales, after sales service, repairs, rentals and installation services. 5. Attached are the price list of their products & pictures of equipment for sale and in stock. 6. In view of the above, may I suggest that an acknowledgment letter be sent to the company and that they would be contacted if need be. 7. Submitted please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO(WA) 9th august, 2011.

WAPA/222/S.I/204 AD(WA), Folio 203 refers, please. 2. The project director of CLOUT MEDIA LIMITED was contacted on phone

to confirm the Ministrys acceptance. But, the project Director informed me of the event postponement by their sponsor and that she will notify me of the new date by Monday, 15th August, 2011. 3. Submitted please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO(WA) 9th August, 2011.

WAPA/222/T/96.

D (WA), Via AD (WA), Via ACAO (WA), Folios 90 to 95 refer, please. POVERTY ALLEVIATION, VOCATIONAL SKILL ACQUISITION CREATION-PARTNERSHIP WITH YOU IN LAGOS STATE. AND JOB

2. A letter was received from the VISIONS CONNECT, an organization which consists of a group of consultants that specializes in the training and re-training of people in various Vocational Skills. According to them, they have trained over 10,000 people nationwide and they have over two decades job experience. 3. In addition, they are out to eradicate poverty by empowering Nigerians in general with the right skills needed to be economically independent. They wish to collaborate with this Ministry in providing training, information and enterprise skills to the less privilege, dropouts and other youths in general. 4. They further enumerated the skills which they intend to train their participants on. The skills are as follows: 1. Operating and running vocational centres in selected locations in your various local Governments in the State. 2. Running Entrepreneurial training workshops/ seminar at various Locations in the State. 3. Sponsoring/ partnering our ongoing weekly 30-minutes live Radio programme on OGBC 90.5 FM; titled- Start your own business today. 4. Playing advisory roles to you on entrepreneurship and related issues. 5. Work for you. 4. Attached is the organizations brochure for more information and a leaflet that highlight the vocations they offer. 5. In view of the foregoing, may I suggest the following: -That the Company be informed that this Ministry has SACs scattered across the State. - That the Ministry is also into Short-term training which all the courses they offer are taught for free. 6. Submitted, please. Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 10th August, 2011.

WAPA/ The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Infrastructure, Office of Works, The Secretariat, Alausa,Ikeja, Lagos.

10th August, 2011.

REMODELLING AND UPGRADING OF ISHERI REHABILITATION CENTRE, PHASE II AND IIB. I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and request from your office a payment certificate in respect of the Completion of Contract award for the above project as executed by Deux Project Limited. I am also to add that the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget (MEPB) awaits your response for further actions. Attached are copies of letters sent by Deux Project Limited for their balance of payment. Thank you. Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/115/VOL.VIII/39. D (WA), Via AD (WA), Folios 31 to 38 refer, please. 2. A letter was received from TARGET FOUNDATION, an organization whose primarily aims are job creation, economic and social development for youths. 3. In addition, the organization is working in conjunction with Global Computer, the major marketer of Dell computer system in Nigeria to organize a 2-week training programme in Computer Engineering and Networking for 30 youths in each LCDA in Lagos State. 4. The training programme is mainly organized to educate, create awareness and orientate our youths about their God- given potentials which can help in the development of our communities whereby knowledge will imparted on them in the areas of engineering which is the companys main focus. 5. According to the writer, this programme will be of immense benefit to our youths in all LCDAs and the State at large. Also, it will reduce social vices of our youths and afford them the opportunities to be self reliant. 6. The organization also stated that they intend to collaborate with each LCDAs Executive Chairmen to achieve its aim by making life better for the entire populace. 7. Lastly, the organizers have prepared tools and equipments to speed-up the learning process during the training. The tools are: Dell computer, fully equipped computer error detector, complete soft and hardware package, complete engineering textbook, solution manual and certificate. The programme will be aired on ACCESS 57 and on radio. 8. Attached is a proposal from the organization. 9. In view of the foregoing, since the proposed training is scheduled to hold in LCDAs secretariats then they( LCDA Officials) should be involved fully and not this Ministry. Secondly, Computer Education is taught in the entire Ministrys SACs too. May I therefore suggest that the company be informed to co-opt the Chairmen of LCDAs to partner with them for the success of the training . 10. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA)

10th August, 2011.

WAPA/1123/VOL.I/14. D (WA), Via AD (WA), Folio 12 to 13 refers, please. 2. A quotation was received from Transnational Technologies Limited in respect of the procurement of Computer Sets for Skill Acquisition Centres(SACs). 3. The quotation sent does not meet with recommendations of the Ministry of science and Technology. Though the total amount is a bit on the low side. Below is the Proforma Invoice received. QUANTITY DESCRIPTION 1 Intel Dual Core 2.2 GHz, CPU, 320 GB SATA HDD, 2GB Dram Module, DVD ROM ODD, 10/100/1000. Ethernet, 7.1 sound Card, 9in1 Card reader w/adaptor, 100240V/50-60Hz, 19 WXGA LCD Panel Monitor, 6X USB port, 1X LAN port, 1x microphone port, 1x sound port, Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 1 600VA UPS Mercury/ Blue gate UNIT PRICE N155,000:00 TOTAL N155,000:00

N8,000:00 TOTAL

N8,000:00 N163,000:00

4. In view of the above, may I suggest that the company be informed that their specification does not meet the States ICT gurus recommendations as the Computers are used on a daily basis. 5. Submitted, please. Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 11th August, 2011.

WAPA/425/S.4/52. D (WA), Via AD (WA), Overleaf refers, please. RE: MONTHLY REPORT FOR JUNE, 2011. 2. The report for the SAC, Ikorodu II as presented by the Principal is well understood. 3. The issue of furnitures needed by the Centres has been attended to in the recent collation of SACs requirements which was handled by Mrs. Kemi Sanni (ACCDO). 4. Also, the aspect of in-adequate furniture can be discussed with the PS(WA) and on the other hand, the in-sufficient number of cleaners cannot be looked into now because all Centres are now obliged to carry out environmental sanitation and students too should be asked to pick up dirts on a daily basis. 5. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 10th August, 2011.

WAPA/1169/VOL 1/90 La feminic Beauty Clinic, 43, Sobo Arobiodu Street, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos. Attention: Mobola Payne.

11th August, 2011.

RE: THE NEED FOR STATE STANDARDS IN THE HEALTH AND BEAUTY INDUSTRY. I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter on the above subject matter and to assure you that this administration is utmost pledges will be redeemed. Please be rest assured of her Excellency esteemed regards. Thank you. Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/1124/VOL.1/50 The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Infrastructure, Office of Works, The Secretariat, Alausa- Ikeja, Lagos.

16th August, 2011.

RE: REQUEST FOR REPAIR AND OVERHAULING OF 40KVA GENERATOR SET AT THE SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRE, EGBEDA. I am directed to refer to your letter Ref. No: ED/636/75, dated 19 th July, 2011 on the above subject matter and to forward a new proforma invoice sent by Jubaili Bros Engineering Company which includes repairs and overhauling of the 40kva genset at the above centre. I am also to add that this letter and the attached document supersede the previous one sent earlier dated 1st April,2011. Please treat as urgent. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/997/S.I/77. D (WA), Via AD (WA), Folio 73 to 76 refers, please. RE: VETTED BILL OF QUANTITY FOR THE PROPOSED TRAINING EQUIPMENT AND PLUMBING WORKSHOP AT THE VOCATIONAL/ REHABILITATION CENTRE, ISHERI. 2. The Ministry of Works and Infrastructure, Office of Works (MOW) sent in a mail with an appraised Bill of Quantity on the above subject matter and also attached was the report of the SME consultant Engr.(Mrs.) I.A. Lawal, who confirmed the quality of the equipments to be supplied to the Company amounting to N168,244,700:00. 3. The MOW gave their vetted figure as N157, 696,043:10 and also emphasized on DUE PROCESS where there should be at least three (3) tenders, if the project is for award. 4. In addition, the MOW also laid much emphasis on the pre-shipment inspection of the equipments to ascertain that the specification and quality are not compromised. 5. Attached are the vetted BOQs of the Plumbing works & equipment and Furniture needed. 6. Please note that there is need to get two (2) more contenders to bid for the project. 7. In view of the above, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of One Hundred and Fifty- Seven Million, Nine Hundred and Sixty- Nine Thousand, Forty- three Naira (N157,969,043.10) only, to be used for the construction of the proposed plumbing workshop and the purchase of equipments /furnitures needed at the Vocational and Rehabilitation Centre, Isheri. The relevant Vote of Charge is Isheri Rehabilitation and Vocational Centre; Code No- 02/041/41002/000/11009/2724/45001 with a balance of N2,176,222,226.78 as at today 15th August,2011. 8. Submitted,please. Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 16th August, 2011.

WAPA/222/S.2/289.

19th August, 2011.

Bertlam Audio Visual Links, 31, Abeokuta Street, Anifowose, Ikeja, Lagos. Attn: Anyaehie Lambert( Sales Manager) RE: PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF MODERN TEACHING AIDS. I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter on the above subject matter and inform you that your company will be contacted when the need arises. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/1268/VOL.I/19. D (WA), Via ADWA (WA), Folio 17 to 18 refers, please. 2. A letter was received from La Feminic Beauty Clinic, a subsidiary of Beauty Spa and Skincare Clinics in Ikeja, GRA axis of Lagos state. The beauty Care Centre owner, Mobola Payne wrote to congratulate the Governor and all appreciate the workings of this administration in the area of the on-going transformation in the State and that she ia a strong believer in this administrations programmes. 3. Furthermore, she talked about the beauty industry and how its mostly dominated by women and how it provide employment to a huge number of the female population as the area affects mostly women and girls which has to do with good looks and healthy living. 4. She further stated that she is a skincare professional with over 25years postqualification experience in the United States, United Kingdom and Nigeria. She would like this administration to consider and critically look into the institution of basic infrastructure and keep standard bordering to HEALTH AND HYGIENE as well as regulatory oversight of the industry for the overall good of the citizenry. 5. In a nutshell, the writer want this present administration to recognize the health and beauty industry, re- organize its current unregulated state and help change the general status of Lagosians. 6. In view of the above, may I suggest that the writer be informed that such groups of practitioner ought to be under one body (umbrella) and as such their demands will be forwarded to the right Ministry that will consider all their requests. 7. Submitted, please. Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 19th September, 2011.

WAPA/1123/VOL.I/21.
D (WA) Via AD (WA), Folio 14 - 20 refers, please. COMPUTER REPLACEMENT STRATEGY FOR SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRES. 2. Following the Directors comment on the quotation received from Transnational Technologies Limited in respect of the Procurement of Computer Sets for Skill Acquisition Centres (SACs). The suggestion made was due to the requirement sent by the Ministry of Science and Technology. 3. In addition to the above, three proforma invoices were received earlier but the Ministry was yet to get a response from the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), whose reply will indicate the specification of computer sets to be used. This Phase will be the second and the affected centres are Igbo-oye, Ejigbo, Kosofe and Egbeda SACs respectively. 4. Due to the reasons above, the three quotations received are from three different companies which specialize in computer sets. They are System facts limited, Infitron technologies limited and Pantapost ventures. 5. Below are the Proforma invoices as sent: S FIRM / N 1 Infitron . QUANTIT Y 30 ITEM Dell Desktop PC 2 Pantapost . Ventures Dell Desktop PC UNIT TOTAL(N)

Intel dual core 2.4 GHZ 250GB HDD 2GB RAM DVD + RW 17 Flat Screen Microsoft windows 7 starter Intel dual core 2.2 GHZ 250GB HDD 2GB RAM DVD + RW 17 Flat Screen Microsoft windows 7

164,000

4,920,000

160,000

4,800,000

; System l facts 3 .

Dell optiplex 380 series Desktop PC - Intel dual core 2.6 GHZ - 320GB HDD - 2GB RAM - DVD + RW - 19 Flat Screen - Microsoft windows 7 - 1- yr Dell warranty - 600VA UPS

150,000

4,500,000

6. M.O.S.T was contacted as the ICT guru of the State and they gave their recommendations in line with the nature of work the computer systems were used for and the product durability was also considered. Their recommendation goes thus; Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHZ Processor, 3.0GB RAM, 250GB HDD, DVD ROM, 17 LCD Screen and should be running at least Microsoft Windows 7 Professional which is usually not more than One Hundred and Eighty- Five thousand Naira only (N185,000:00) 7. Systems Facts Limited is having the least amount and the firm is well known for its good products and long time collaboration with the Ministry. ONE CENTRE= 30 COMPUTER SETS= N4, 500,000 x 4 Centres= N18, 000,000:00 8. It is in this vein that Transnational Technologies Limiteds quotation does not meet the standard needed for training purposes. It is not how cheap but the specifications matters a lot. 9. In view of the foregoing, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Eighteen Million, Naira (N18, 000,000:00) only, to be used for the procurement of computer systems in 4 different centres (Phase II). The relevant Vote of Charge is Upgrading and Rehabilitation of Resttlement and Vocational Centre, Isheri, Phase II & III, Code No: 02/ 041/41002/000/11009/2724/45001 with a balance of N1, 176,226,222.78 as at today 24th August, 2011. 10. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 4th October, 2011.

WAPA/222/T/106. The Principal Consultant, Visions Connect, 669, Lagos- Abeokuta Express Road, Besides Bank PHB, Ahmadiya B/Stop, Abule-Egba/ Ijaiye, Lagos.

29th August, 2011.

RE: POVERTY ALLEVIATION, VOCATIONAL SKILLS ACQUISITION AND JOB CREATION- PARTNERSHIP WITH YOU IN LAGOS STATE. I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and to inform your organization that this Ministry has over 18nos of Skill Acquisition Centres across the State where most of the courses taught are replica of what you have in your proposal. I am also to add that the Ministry runs both short and long term training Programmes free. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/115/VIII/41 The Coordinator/ Project Manager, Target Foundation, 21, Ayoelegbede Street, Off Adetola Street, Aguda, Surulere, Lagos.

29th August, 2011.

RE: LETTER OF INTRODUCTION AND PARTNERSHIP. I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and inform your organization to liaise directly with the selected LGs /LCDAs for your training programme as this Ministry cannot negotiate on their behalf. I am also to add that all our Skill Acquisition Centres (SACs) are offering Computer training free of charge and are scattered across the State. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/222/S.2/289 Bertlam Audio Visual Links, 31, Abeokuta Street, Anifowoshe,Ikeja, Lagos.

29th August, 2011.

RE: PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF MODERN TEACHING AIDS. I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your proposal and to inform you that this Ministry will contact your organisation if the need arises. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/907/ The Honourable Commissioner, Ministry of Finance, The Secretariat, Alausa- Ikeja, Lagos. Re: Request for payment of Land use charge

7th September, 2011.

Following the MDG goal which outlined the reduction of poverty amongst women, girls & other sex to its bearest minimum. All states, LGs & LCDAs are advised to work in accordance with this set goal to make life meaningful to all and sundry. In addition, this Ministry is charged with the execution of organizing both short & long term training programmes to reduce, if not stop the increase of social vices among our youths mostly the vulnerable group like girls who can be over-powered by their male counterparts. It is pertinent to also note that, this Ministry has 17nos of Skills acquisition centres constructed to train and empower their students on different vocations of choice, to make them self reliant and economically independent. The courses taught in these Centres are listed below: Hat Making, Bead stringing, Tile laying, Fashion & Design, Hairdressing, Barbing & Cosmetology, Catering & Hotel management, Photography, Welding Fabrication, Screen/Transfer printing to mention but a few. The SACs are located in virtually all LGs & LCDAs whereby proximity and fees are considered. It is very important to add, Sir that all the training courses are taught FREE OF CHARGE (Tuition Free). It is in this wise, that I am directed to inform you that the Skill Acquisition Centre, located at Igbooye, Epe is run for free and it is a government property under the auspices of this Minsitry. Thank you. Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/222/S.I/60. D (WA) Via AD (WA) Folio 58-59 refers, please. 2. A mail was received from We-Deliver.com Limited, a company which specializes in the provision of solutions for space & mobile-shelter issues. Their products include portacabins & pre-fabricated steel buildings. 3. In addition, these buildings are ideal for a variety of usage. For instance, public toilets, offices, site offices, Emergency classrooms, Hotel, Canteen, lock-up shops, Event halls, sales kiosks etc. They further stated that their instant buildings can be assembled in hours, and they can be reconfigured & taken elsewhere. 4. 5. Please, find attached on folio 59 Photographs of Portacabins & Pre-fabricated In view of the above, may I suggest that a letter of acknowledgement be sent to buildings. the company and that they should be linked to the Negucci Foundation for further collaboration in reducing accommodation problems. 6. Submitted please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 8th September, 2011.

WAPA/171/VOL.IV/148. D (WA) Via AD (WA), Folios 145-147, refer please. REQUEST FOR PARTNERSHIP WITH YOUR APPRENTICESHIP/PLACEMENT SCHEME. 2. Lagos. 3. They wrote to inform the Ministry of their short & long term courses in beauty therapy, nail technology, make-up artistry, hair dressing, beading & gele tying, that they give award in both advanced & ordinary diplomas in beauty therapy & hairdressing. 4. In addition, they run morning, afternoon & weekend classes to suit their participants choice & that their curriculum is designed to impact practical skills, business management skill & inter-personal skills. Accordingly, they stated that their training format is unique and structured to produce graduates that are well equipped to advantage of job opportunities, also their students per month to their various classes. 5. 6. 7. It is in this wise that felt they ought, to participate with the state Government in Please find on pages 146-147, the institutes enrolment schedule for details of In view of this, may I suggest that the training Institute be informed that this order to develop & empower women. their training programme. Ministry cannot partner with them because, we run a tuition free training programme and that all courses taught in their Institute are replica of what we have in all our SACs. 8. Submitted, please. school courses calendar create accurate space for enrolment of new student annually and that they can accommodate 50 MINISTRY FOR WOMEN

A letter was received from Opral Bension Beauty Training Institute, a division of

Chic Afrique Beauty Company limited, situated at No 9, Thorburn Avenue Sabo, yaba-

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 7th September, 2011.

WAPA/222/VOL.IV/15. D (WA) Via AD (WA), Folio 14 refers, please. JOB CREATION FOR THE YOUTHS. 2. A letter was received from Resources link International Nigeria Limited, a firm situated in Abuja wrote to congratulate His Excellency on his clear-cut victory as the Executive Governor of Lagos State. They also introduce their firm & gave insight to what they have to offer 3. 4. They said that their firm on Job creation & Poverty Alleviation for the Following the above, they wrote to inform the HE-DG of their willingness to offer unemployed youths of Nigeria as a whole. themselves as a tool that could assist in achieving this dream of poverty reduction and employment of our youths. 5. Finally, they cited examples of national functions that they have participated on i. ii. 6. 7. Presidential job summit on job creation held on 12th April, 2011. Youth Empowerment Schemes in Abuja to mention but a few. such matters which include:-

Also, they mentioned their Chairman/CEO is name in person of Engr.(Dr). S. O In view of the above, may I suggest that the organization be informed that the

Adelodun, a two term director-General of the National Directorate of Employment. state as a whole and the Ministry in particular is already in partnership with another organization. 8. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 7th September,2011.

WAPA/1169/VOL.I/96. D (WA) Via AD (WA) Via ACAO (WA), Folios 88-95 refer, please. PROPOSAL ON OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY STANDARDS FOR PRINCIPALS & TECHNICAL TEACHERS IN SKILLS ACQUISITION CENTRES. 2. A proposal was received from TRANSBERT VIEW COMPANY, an Engineering

& management consultant organization which specialize in planning training and consultancy. They sent a proposal on the above subject matter to safeguard principals & Teachers in our Skills Acquisition Centres. 3. Their main objectives is to enhance the participants with through knowledge of safe practices which is very vital in every part of our day to day workings and mostly during teaching. 4. In addition, it is believed that every technical personnel should be familiar with accident prevention techniques, fire safety methods and use of personal protective equipment. They stated that it is the employees responsibility to eliminate personal injury and property damage, also the provision of a safe working environment for fellow employees. 5. Lastly, the companys vision and mission, their background, experience & capability, overview, their service description are available in the attached proposal. The training programme has three titles, they are :i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety. Identification & control of Occupational Hazards. Hazards Warnings and Safety signs. Occupational Health & Safety regulatory compliance. Fire Safety. House Keeping First aid at work.

The course duration is for 3 days while the date and venue are to bes agreed upon with the management.

6.

In view of the above, may I suggest that the company be further interviewed to

ascertain the amount needed for the training proper, so as to engage our principals in the training programme. 7. Submitted please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 7th September, 2011.

WAPA/171/VOL.IV/144 Mrs Tosin Alobo Bakare, Plot 1309A, Karimu Kotun Street, Victora Island, Lagos. RE: PROPOSAL FOR TRAINING.

7th September, 2011.

I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter and invite you for a meeting to shed more light on your request. Below are the meeting details: Date : Thursday, 15th September, 2011. Time : 12 : 00 noon Venue : Room 214 Please be punctual. Thank you. Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/1141/VOL.I/183. D (WA) Via AD (WA), Folio 182 refers, please. RE: APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER. 2. A letter was received from an instructor currently training at the SAC, Orimedu

town, Ibeju-Lekki. He is an Automobile Technical Instructor, teaching in the Vulcanizing/Wheel balancing department of the above centre. 3. In addition, he resides at No 54, George Tiene Crescent, Hill top Estate Aboru,

Iyana/Ipaja, Lagos. Also, he is requesting for a formal transfer to the SAC, Ayobo due to some family problems he is going through. 4. In view of the above, may I suggest that the Instructors transfer issue be

considered and another instructor be employed to oversee the vulcanizing/welding department in the SAC, Ibeju-Lekki. The consideration is due to proximity, transportation & accommodation problems. 5. Submitted please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 7th September, 2011.

WAPA/ The Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps. RS 2-1, Lagos State Sector Command, Ojodu-Isheri Road, Lagos. RE:REQUEST FOR A VISIT

7th September, 2011.

I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter and inform you that though the date as been postponed but the new date be conveyed to this Ministry as at when due, to help facilitate all necessary arrangement for your proposed visit to our Skill Acquisition Centres. Thank you for your usual co-operation. Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/ 974/VOL.II/183 The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Infrastructure, Office of Works, The Secretariat, Alausa,Ikeja, Lagos. Attn: Mr. Alalade (Quantity Surveyor Dept.)

23rd September, 2011.

REMODELLING AND UPGRADING OF ISHERI REHABILITATION CENTRE, PHASE II AND IIB. I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and request from your office a payment certificate in respect of the Completion of Contract Award for the above project as executed by Deux Project Limited. I am also to add that the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget (MEPB) awaits your response for further actions. Attached are copies of letters sent by Deux Project Limited for their balance of payment. Please treat as urgent. Thank you. Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/906/VOL.II/12. D (WA) Via AD (WA), Overleaf refers, please. 2. Further to the HEDGs directives, that one Messrs GOB Electrical Works should inspect the SAC Surulere, to rectify all electrical problems faced by the Centre. 3. GOB Electrical works sent its quotation for repairs at the above centre. The companys quotation is in three folds to further clarify the faults found during their inspection. Also, the Company advised the Ministry to obtain a three- phase meter for the centre to accommodate its daily usage as a training place. 4. The quotation as sent is in 3 folds. They are: First one - Quotation for general repair - 60,350:00 Second - Hairdressing Department - 25,100:00 Third - Three- Phase Meter - 85,000:00 TOTAL = 170,450:00. 5. In view of the foregoing, may I suggest that Messrs GOB Electrical be given the contract to facilitate the smooth running of the Centre.Ma, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of One Hundred and seventy Thousand, Four Hundred and Fifty naira(N170,450:00) 0nly, to be used for electrical repairs in the Skill Acquisition Centre, Surulere. The relevant VOC is Upkeep and Maintenance of SACs, Code No: 01-04141005-000-11009-0000-40326 with a balance of N12, 753,418 as at today 8th September, 2011. 6. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 8th September, 2011.

WAPA/ 2/ S.4/86.

ADCD (WA), Skill Acquisition Training for Widows refers, 2. Widows generally are neglected or maltreated which our religion and the United Nations prohibit because no human should be punished for no just cause. As it is the responsibility of the Ministry of women Affairs and Poverty alleviation to see to their welfare as most are without sustainable source of income generating activities. Skill Acquisition Training is recommended to cater their needs. 3. In view of the foregoing, below is the financial implication for a 5wks skill Acquisition Training. A. COST OF MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT a. Soap and pomade production b. Tie and dye c. Hat Making d. Balloon Decoration e. Cake and Snacks Production f. Hair Braiding and Weaving g. Bead Stringing h. Production of stove thread, Insecticide, Rodenticide etc i, 25 dozen Chairs @ 500 x 25 days j, 8 Canopies @ 2000 x 25 days k, 8 Tables @ 500 x 25 days l, Banner Sub Total B. INSTRUCTORS ALLOWANCE. 1. Payment of 8 instructors @ N50, 000/ instructor Per trade for 5 weeks training C. CLOSING CEREMONY AND PRESENTATION OF ATTENDANCE CERTIFICATE. 400,000:00 150,000;00 150,000;00 100,000:00 200,000:00 120,000:00 120,000:00 120,000:00 80,000:00 312,500:00 400, 000:00 100,000:00 10,000:0 1,862,500:00

a, Printing of 200nos. 1 sheet programme b, Printing of 500 certificate of attendance c, Banner d, 25 dozens of Chairs @ N500 e, 8 canopies @ N3,000 f, 12 tables @ N500 g, Video Coverage, PAS, Photograph, MC i, Press for the opening and closing ceremonies j, Contingency Sub Total

4,000:00 25,000:00 10,000:00 12,000:00 24,000:00 6,000:00 26,000:00 20,000:00 10,000:00 137,500:00

Grand Total = A + B + C = 1,862,500:00 + 400,000:00 + 137,500:00 = 2,400,000:00 4. In view of the above, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Two Million, Four Hundred Thousand Naira (N2, 400,000:00) only, for the short Term skill Acquisition Training Programme for widows. The Relevant VOC is Women Development Programme, Code No: 01/041/41005/000/11009/0000/41606 with a balance of N41, 394,900:00 as at today 7th September, 2011. 5. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA), 7th September, 2011.

WAPA/937/VOL.1/56.

D (WA) Via AD (WA), Folio 49 to 54 refers, please. INTRODUCTION OF PRINTING TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT AT SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRE, SURULERE. 2. The introduction of skills acquisition to the people of Lagos State through this Ministry is an avenue for both girls and boys awaiting results into tertiary institutions, housewives, windows, dropouts, artisans and even civil servants to use their available time to learn one vocation or another in skill acquisition centres closer to them. 3. In recent times, requests from prospective trainees at the Surulere SAC have revealed the need to add PRINTING TECHNIOLOGY skill so as to update the number of existing vocations. Similarly, the vocation if introduced will curb many social vices, in the sense that youths are left with many options to choose from and anyone who gets involved in any criminal act will find himself or herself to blame. 4. Subsequent upon this, a visit was made to Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) to make enquiry on items needed for the new vocation. Quotations were received from three different firms as recommended by printing department of Yabatech for the establishment of the new vocation in Surulere SAC. Please find attached the submitted quotation on Folio 49 to 54 and Xyrich Premier Koncept Ltd has the least quotation. 5. In view of the foregoing, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Three Million, Fifty Thousand Naira (N3, 050,000) only for procuring printing machines to be used at the SAC, Surulere. The relevant V.O.C is special projects, Code No: 02-041-41002-0000-110092712-45067 with a balance of N50, 000,000 as at today 12th September, 2011. 6. Submitted please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 12th September, 2011.

D (WA), Via AD (WA), Folio to refers,please. RE: VETTED BILL OF QUANTITY FOR THE PROPOSED TRAINING EQUIPMENT AND PLUMBING WORKSHOP AT THE VOCATIONAL CENTRE, ISHERI. The Ministry of Works and Infrastructure (MOW) sent in a mail with the appraised BOQ on the above subject matter and also attached is the report of the SME consultant ( Engr.Mrs. I. A. Lawal) who further confirms the quality of the equipments to be supplied to Deux Project Limited amounting to N168, 244,700:00. The MOW gave their figure for the proposed project as N157, 969,043.10 and also emphasizes on due process. Furthermore, the issue of three (3) tenders was mentioned if the project is for award. In addition, the MOW also laid emphasizes on the pre- shipment inspection of the equipments to ascertain the specification and quality are not compromised. Attached are the vetted BOQs of the Plumbing works & equipments and Furniture needed. Please note that there is need to get two (2) more contenders to bid for the project. In view of the foregoing, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of One Hundred and Fifty- Seven Million, Nine Hundred and Sixty- Nine thousand, Forty-Three Naira, Ten Kobo( N157,969,043.10) only to be used for the construction and Equipping of the proposed training and Plumbing workshop at the Rehabilitation and Vocational Training Centre, Isheri. The relevant VOC is Upgrading and Remodelling of Isheri Rehabilitation and Vocational Centre, Isheri with Code No:02/041/41002/000/11009/2724 and a balance of N2,176,222,226.78 as at today the 11th August,2011.

WAPA/1255/VOL.I/21. D (WA) Via AD (WA), Folios 16 to 20 refer, please. COMPUTER MAINTAINANCE STRTEGY FOR SKILL ACQUSITION CENTRES 3rd AND 4TH QUARTERS. 2. A mail was received from SYSTEMFACTS LIMITED in respect of computer systems use in Skill Acquisition Centres (SACs). They also wrote to formally propose that computer repairs be placed on a maintenance package. The package according to them will keep all Computers in each centre running with near-zero downtime. 3. According to them, they hope to achieve this by implementing a maintenance schedule which will be strictly adhered to and also be monitored by the Ministry. In addition, they hope to implement this maintenance schedule in accordance with the laid down school time table; - Routine maintenance before the commencement of each term - Routine mid-term check - warranty management - Call- in service - Routine or call services for licensed operating system repairs - Replacement of faulty hard disk, memory, keyboard and mouse - Spare- in- the air facility; provision of standby Computer Systems for urgent use if need be. 4. The maintenance package however does not accommodate the following: Faulty uninterruptible power supply units (UPS) Motherboards and power packs Damages resulting from vandalism and theft 5. In conclusion, this package will add value to our service, increase appreciably the Return on Investment (ROI) and will also guarantee optimum performance of all Computer Systems throughout their operational lifespan. Finally, it will save the Ministry the stress of collating reports of damaged computers before initiating a maintenance process. 6. The sum for the maintenance of 30 Computer Sets per Centre for 1 month is N43, 000 only. N43, 000 x 14 = N602, 000 - amount for 14 centres N602, 000 x 3 = N1, 806,000 - total amount for one quarter So therefore, the 3rd and 4th quarters = N1, 806,000 x 2 =N3, 612,000 7. Attached are the cost implication ( page 11) of this strategy for one quarter and a copy the Ministry of Science and Technologys reply (page 18) on Computer specification. 8. In view of the above, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Three Million, Six Hundred and Twelve Thousand Naira (N3, 612,000) only, for the

maintenance package as proposed by System Facts Limited for 3 rd and 4th quarters respectively. The relevant Vote of Charge is Upkeep and Maintenance of Skill acquisition Centres, Code No: 01-041-41005-000-11009-0000-40326 with balance of N12, 753,418:00 as at today 12th September, 2011. 1. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 12th September, 2011.

WAPA/171/VOL.I/149 The Administrator, Opral Benson Beauty Training Institute, 9, Thorburn Avenue,Sabo, Yaba, Lagos.

12th September, 2011.

RE: REQUEST FOR PARTNERSHIP WITH YOUR MINISTRY FOR WOMEN APPRENTICESHIP/PLACEMENT SCHEME. I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and to inform your institute that this Ministry cannot partner with your organization because we run a tuition free programme and that all courses taught in your institute are replica of what we have in all our Skill acquisition Centres(SACs). Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/1268/VOL.I/15 The Project Coordinator, Code 3 Communications, 1, Ajowa Street, Jibowu Estate, New oko-Oba, Agege, Lagos.

12th September, 2011.

RE: PLANNED SENSITIZATION WORKSHOP FOR ALL BARBERS, HAIRDRESSERS AND COSMETOLOGISTS IN LAGOS STATE: REQUEST TO COLLABORATE WITH YOUR MINISTRY. I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and to inform your organization that the request for collaboration with this Ministry is not necessary as your organization can liaise directly with the affected Local Governments/ Local Council Development Areas. Also, I am to add that this proposal is also not in line with this Ministrys mission statement. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

WAPA/907/VOL.I/ The Honourable Commissioner, Ministry of Finanace, The Secretariat, Alausa- Ikeja, Lagos. RE: REQUEST FOR PAYMENT OF LAND USE CHARGE.

12th September, 2011.

Following the MDG goal which outlined the reduction of poverty amongst women, girls and other sex to its bearest minimum. All States, LGs & LCDAs are advised to work in accordance with this set goal to make life meaningful to all and sundry. In addition, this Ministry is charged with the execution of organizing both short & long term training programmes to reduce, if not stop the increase of social vices our youths mostly the vulnerable group like girls who can be over- empowered by their male counterparts. It is pertinent to also note that, this Ministry has 17nos of Skill Acquisition centres constructed to train and empower their students on different vocations of choice, to make them self reliant and economically independent. The courses taught in these Centres are listed below: Hat Making, Bead String, Tile Laying, Fashion & Design, Hairdressing, Barbing & Cosmetology, Catering & Hotel Management, Photography, Welding Fabrication, Screen/Transfer Printing to mention but a few. The SACs are located in virtually all LGs & LCDAs whereby proximity and fees are considered. It is very important to add, Sir that all the training courses are taught FREE OF CHARGE (Tuition free) It is in this wise, that I am directed to inform you that the Skill Acquisition Centre, located at Igbooye, Epe is run for free and it is a government property under the auspices of this Ministry. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/222/VOL.VI/16 The Chairman, Resource Link international, Suite B12, 1st Floor, Gouda Plaza, Besides Chisco Plaza, Utako District, Abuja. RE: JOB CREATION FOR THE YOUTHS.

21st September, 2011.

I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and inform your organization that the State as a whole and the Ministry in particular is already in partnership with another Organization. Thank you. Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/1106/VOL.I/266 The Managing Director/ Project Coordinator, Oyeyinka Industries Limited, 6, Ebun Street, Surulere, Lagos.

13th September, 2011.

RE: MINISTRY OF WOMEN AFFAIRS AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION ICONIC KIOSK INITIATIVE SPONSORS: COCA COLA. I am directed to forward herewith your companys copy of the Sponsorship Agreement between the State Government and Coca-cola Nigeria Limited. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/1106/VOL.I/267 The Managing Director, Coca-Cola Nigeria Limited, 16, Gerrard Road, Ikoyi, Lagos. RE: FEEDBEACK ON OUR MEETING.

14th September, 2011.

I refer to your letter of July 20, 2011 to His Excellency, Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN) received on 5th September, 2011 and wish to acknowledge and appreciate your tremendous contributions to the current transformations in the Lagos State. Following your request for a suitable date for the formal Launch of the Lagos Iconic Retail Kiosks Project, I wish to convey to you that the Governor of Lagos state will commission not less than 100 units of the Iconic Retail Kiosks. The manufacturer, Messrs. Oyeyinka Industries Limited has confirmed to us that the 100 units will be completed in November, 2011. Consequently, I wish to forward the following tentative dates which fall on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday of the last two weeks in November, 2011 as follows: Tuesday, 22nd November, 2011 Wednesday, 23rd th Friday, 25 Tuesday, 29th th Wednesday, 30 The date approved by His Excellency, Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN), Governor of Lagos State shall be communicated to you in due course. Thank you.

Hon.(Mrs.) Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire H.E, Deputy Governor.

WAPA/997/S.I/166 The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Infrastructures, Office of Works, The Secretariat, Alausa- Ikeja, Lagos. Attn: Mr. Alalade (Quantity Surveyor Dept.)

15 th September, 2011.

FORWARDING OF BILLS OF QUANTITIES FOR ELECTRICAL AND WELDING & FABRICATION TRAINING EQUIPMENTS FOR ISHERI VOCATIONAL CENTRE. I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and forward the following Bills of Quantities as submitted by some contractors to your office for further necessary actions. The documents attached are: 1. Quotations for Electrical Workshop Training Equipment by FAK Limited, Deux Project and Oretu Jokomi ventures limited respectively. 2. Quotations for Welding & Fabrication Workshop Training Equipment by FAK Limited, Deux Project and Oretu Jokomi ventures Limited. Thank you. Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/997/S.I/167
The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Infrastructures, Office of works, The Secretariat, Alausa- Ikeja, Lagos. Attn: Mr. Alalade (Quantity Surveyor Dept.)

15th September, 2011.

RE: UPGRADE AND REHABILITATION OF RESETTLEMENT AND VOCATIONAL CENTRE, ISHERI PHASE III. I am directed to refer to the above subject matter and forward the Bill of quantity received from Deux Project for the Phase III work at the above Centre. The attached document is for your perusal and further actions. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary

WAPA/222/S.4/61 WE-DELIVER.COM, 70, Alhaji Masha Road, Surulere, Lagos. Attn: Olurotimi Odunaiya RE: COMPANY/PRODUCT INTRODUCTION.

21st September, 2011.

I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter dated 3rd August, 2011, on the above subject matter and inform you that actions are on-going in respect of Building issues in the State. Thank you.

Adeola Shinaba For: Permanent Secretary.

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT

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WAPA/974/VOL.II/200.

D (WA) Via AD (WA), Folios 190 199 refer, please. QUOTATION FOR THE INSTALLATION OF SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS IN ISHERI REHABILITATION CENTRE. 1. Security of lives and properties cannot be over- emphasized as hoodlums and hooligans are all over the State. As we all know that the believe of the entire citizens of this country is that government properties are for all and asundry and it can be vandalized or stolen as the case may be. It is in this vein that this Ministry deemed it fit to secure and protect the Isheri Rehabilitation and Vocational Centre from theft, hoodlums and armed robbers. 2. In addition to the above, three quotations were received to carry out the installation of digital closed circuit television system (CCTV) at the above centre. The quotations received and amount sent in for the project are listed below: Mcdouglas Global resources - N12, 589,500:00 Universal Communication System - N15, 461,096:00 Rapid Vigil Security Company Limited. N17, 454,000:00 3. After studying the three quotations, the Mcdouglas Global resources had detailed, comprehensive and quality modern equipments as used by professionals. Finally, Mcdouglas Global Resourcess had the least amount of money to execute the said project. 4. In view of the foregoing, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Twelve Million, Five Hundred and Eighty-Nine Thousand, Five Hundred Naira (N12, 589,500:00) only, for the Installation of surveillance Systems (CCTV) at the Isheri Rehabilitation and Vocational Centre. The relevant VOC is upgrading and Rehabilitation of resettlement and Vocational Centre, Isheri, Phase II & III; Code No: 02-041-41002-000-11009-2724-45001 with a balance of N1, 161,402,222.78 as at today 4th October, 2011. 5. Submitted,please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 4th October, 2011.

WAPA/

D (WA) Via AD (WA), Folios to refer, please. RE: MATERIALS REQUEST. 2. The Shoe Making Instructor sent a letter to request for materials needed for training participants/ students in the department because the existing ones are nearly exhausted. 3. Furthermore, the instructor also sent along side its request letter and a report on the current/present situation at the Shoe making workshop. He mainly emphasized on the main materials for their work which is LEATHER; according to him, the use of premium quality leather for training would be a waste of money rather it would be more advisable to use THIRD GRADE LEATHER. 4. Also, leather prices are on the high side in Lagos and the material could also be sourced for in Kano to be precise because importation will be more expensive. He further informed the Ministry that the Machinery installed at the Centre can also be used for the production of ladies shoes, unisex belts, handbags, wallets and purses, which will require additional materials for its production but its not included in the quotation submitted to the Ministry for further action. 5. The Shoe making instructor further stated that they are developing the educational materials we have into a book on shoe making which includes shoe making techniques with a focus on practical applications. 6. The following equipments need urgent attention as requested by the instructor: Air Compressor- which is due for maintenance as at the end of August. Hydraulic Press- Needs electrical connections, hydraulic oil and steel templates to function. Vamp Back Stiff Pressing and Heating Machine- Needs an end plug to function. Edge Scarfing Machine- in good working condition but need to be put to more use Front Stiff Steam Press and Heating Machine- no malfunction but need to be put to more use. Front Mounting Machine- good working condition but needs an end plug to enable the internal build up of pressure. Back Mounting Machine- good working condition but needs an end plug to enable The internal build up of pressure. 7. In addition to the above, all the equipments mentioned in the report sent is either having one fault or the other. 8. Lastly, he also requested for 2nos. Scarving Machine for the two workshops (one per workshop). 9. Attached are the Sales invoices for the purchase of the needed items.

10. In view of the above, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Eight Hundred and Fifty- Eight Thousand, One Hundred and Fifty Naira( N858,150:00) only for the purchase of Materials needed at the Shoe Making Department of the Rehabilitation and Vocational Centre, Isheri. The relevant VOC is upgrading and Rehabilitation of resettlement and Vocational Centre, Isheri, Phase II & III; Code No: 02041-41002-000-11009-2724-45001 with a balance of N1, 161,402,222.78 as at today 4 th October, 2011. 11. Submitted, please.

Adeola Shinaba PAO (WA) 4th October, 2011.

WAPA/1206/S.I/ D(WA) Via AD(WA), Folios to refers, please. QUOTATIONS FOR ELECTRICAL REPAIRS IN MUSHIN, IKORODU II AND SURULERE SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRES. Three quotations were received from GOB ELECTRICAL WORKS located at No: 26, Prince Adebambo Street off Orelope, Egbeda, Lagos. The attached quotations were sent to the Ministry after the companys representatives had visited the affected centres for thorough inspection and they came up with the following details for repair as requested. Mushin SAC Ikorodu II Surulere - N421, 250 - N379,740

In view of the above, may I suggest that an officer be assigned to supervise the work done at the affected centres and a letter of completion be signed to certify satisfaction by the Principal of the centre. In addition to the above, kindly seek approval for the release of the sum of Eight Hundred Thousand, Nine Hundred and Ninety(N800,990)Naira only, for the Electrical repairs in Three Centres- Mushin, Ikorodu II and Surulere SACs respectively.The relevant VOC is Upkeep and Maintenance of SACs, Code No: 01/041/000/11009/