If you are a contractor and wish to participate in contract bidding in the Rural Electrification Agency, you are very welcome. Our procurement motto is: “the more the merrier.” In consonance with this motto, the Agency’s procurement administration is predicated on competition, transparency, openness, efficiency and accountability.

Our default procurement method is Open Competitive Bidding. We encourage all eligible bidders to participate when invited to apply for pre-qualification or to submit bids. Evaluation of received bids is based strictly on the documents submitted by bidders. No supplementary or extraneous factors are considered. Similarly, unsolicited bids or tender submissions from uninvited bidders shall not be entertained.

To be eligible to participate in the Agency’s procurement process, you must possess and produce current, valid and genuine documents to prove your eligibility.



1 Certificate of Incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) with copies of forms CO2 and CO7 attached
2 3 Years Tax Clearance expiring  31st December
3 Evidence of registration with NEMSA as a Licensed Contractor in the power sector
4 Certificate of Compliance with the Pension Reform Act 2014 issued by the National Pension Commission (PENCOM)
5 Evidence of registration on the BPP’s National Data Base for Federal Contractors, Consultants & Service providers by inclusion of current IRR
6 Certificate of compliance with Section 6(2) of the Industrial Training Fund Amended Act, 2011
7 Certificate of compliance with the Employee’s compensation Act 2011 issued by Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF)
8 Verifiable evidence of contracts of similar nature executed in the last 5 years. (Letters of Award with Interim or completion or payment certificate required)
9 Evidence of Financial capability to execute the contract (Please attach (A)  Bank reference (B)  company’s immediate past 6 months Statement of Accounts (C) 3 years Audited Account duly signed and stamped by a Certified Auditor).
10 List of relevant equipment for execution of rural electrification project (eg Hiab, Test Van etc,) indicating whether you own or lease them (Please attach proof of ownership or lease)
11 Authorization for a specific person to act as a representative of the company for purposes of signing bids, contract agreement and other documents with REA (Properly executed power of Attorney or Board Resolution required)
12 Evidence  that at least one of the company’s key personnel is a COREN registered Engineer
13 A sworn Affidavit attesting to the following:
(a)    That all submitted documents are true and genuine.
(b)   That no officer of the Rural Electrification Agency (REA) or Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) is a former or present director, shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the company.
(c)    That the company is presently NOT in receivership, or subject of any form of insolvency or bankruptcy or winding up petition or proceedings.
(d)   That No Director of the company has ever been convicted in any country of any criminal offence, fraud or financial impropriety.
14 A letter authorizing the Rural Electrification Agency to verify the authenticity of claims and documents submitted by the company with the relevant authorities
15 Payment of the specified non-refundable Tender  fee of N25.000.00