Enugu Government Moves to Revive Hotel Presidential

www.odogwublog.com reports that the Enugu State government said it will take  concrete steps towards
revitalizing the state owned  Hotel Presidential, Enugu, abandoned for more than five years now.


The state commissioner for information,Dr Godwin Udeuhele, said the decision was reached at the state executive council meeting held at the Government House, Enugu, stating clearing of the premises has commenced instantly.

.His words, “This directive was sequel to an exhaustive discussions on a memo
presented by the commissioner for culture and tourism who brought a
memo on the status of the Presidential Hotel”, the commissioner said,
adding that the council also approved that the parties which had
previously expressed interest in managing the hotel be engaged with a
view to amicably resolving all outstanding issues.

Dr. Udeuhele added that the council equally received a report from the
Enugu Capital Territory Development Authority (ECTDA), which had been
on a one-week rescue mission at the Enugu State Waste Management
Authority (ESWAMA) towards attaining a total clean-up of the Enugu
metropolis. The deliberation resulted in the council's extension of
the task force's intervention at ESWAMA to one month.

Also, the council authorized the Enugu State Board of Internal Revenue
to negotiate with major ICT service providers to enable it to select
the appropriate firm capable of rendering the required services that
would expand the board's capacity to deliver its mandate.

According to the commissioner, the approval was sequel to the
recommendations of the Ministerial Tender Board's report on bids to
supply services to the Enugu State Board of Internal Revenue.
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