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Jackpot! Forget Printing Press…Teni Zaccheaus Lands 2.5Billion Naira Sweet Deal With Lagos Government

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Jackpot! Forget Printing Press…Teni Zaccheaus Lands 2.5Billion Naira Sweet Deal With Lagos Government

Jackpot! Forget Printing Press…Teni Zaccheaus Lands 2.5Billion Naira Sweet Deal With Lagos Government
March 06
10:22 2018

Why He Beat Peers To Lucrative Contract

In Lagos, very few men are sacred to the state. And very few men are sanctified by the political upper-class like Teni. In Lagos State, Teni Zaccheaus who has a printing press in Ilupeju, Lagos, is definitely the man to beat, even as you read. Teni is so influential in the affairs of the state that the incumbent government and its prominent officers eagerly do his bidding.

However, millions saw the apple fall but it was only Newton who asked ‘why?’ The late scientist, while blessed with incredible genius also betrayed an amazing gift of observation. Late Newton observed the little details that often counted but are habitually discounted in the flurry of things; this led him to the achievement great exploits and enviable rewards.

Teni Zacchaeus is no Newton but he displays the late genius’ shrewdness and wonderful gift of scrutiny. So adept is he at his vocation that he constantly discovers rare business opportunities often invisible to his peers.

Simply put, Teni has a reputation for good judgment, fair dealing, exactness, and rectitude – which jointly constitute the essence of his good fortune.

Just recently, he landed a hot deal with the Lagos State government to construct 10,000 LED street lights covering 300kilometres across the State.

The deal, which also includes the provision of jobs and construction of an LED lighting and Hybrid Energy Power Assembly Plant in Epe, is estimated at $7million (about N2.52billion), and is expected to be delivered in the next 12 months. It’s a big and very sweet deal that has attracted untold encomiums to the socialite.

Speaking at the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the partnership held at Lagos House, Alausa, Ikeja, the State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode said the development was a major milestone and a positive paradigm shift in the provision of street lighting for the State.

Governor Ambode, who was represented by the Commissioner for Energy and Mineral Resources, Mr Olawale Oluwo said the successful commencement of the partnership signposts a positive progress to the Light Up Lagos Project, which he said, is a special initiative of his administration composing street lighting, community electrification and embedded power programme.

 

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