CROSS RIVER STATE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP COUNCIL-
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT OF THE CALAS VEGAS RESORT, THE AMUNGA RESORT AND THE BUSAFONG GOLF AND SAFARI RESORT IN CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA
CROSS RIVER STATE GOVERNMENT
IN COLLABORATION WITH THE
CROSS RIVER STATE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP COUNCIL AND THE BUREAU OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE CROSS RIVER STATE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LAW NO 6 OF 2010
PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT OF THE CALAS VEGAS RESORT, THE AMUNGA RESORT AND THE BUSAFONG GOLF AND SAFARI RESORT IN CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION
The Cross River state Government (CRSG) in an effort to diversity her income and economy and above all, to reduce her dependence on federal allocation has decided to mark on major economic transformation and high social impact projects. However, the State Government is constrained by its resources and low revenue inflows from Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) and Federal allocation.
Accordingly, deriving authority to the State’s Public Private Partnership Law No. 6 of 2010, Part 1, section 3 which deals with the process and modalities for PPP in Cross River State, the following 3no.major projects are therefore, placed under the Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement.
1. Calas Vegas Resort: This Greenfield project (“Calas Vegas Resort Project”) is located on a 3000 hectares Twin Island overlooking the Calabar Marina. The purpose is to encourage domestic tourism, by building the most beautiful and scenic city and resort for pleasure, business and entertainment, and to domesticate the industry spend.
2. Amunga Resort: This is a 47 hectares greenfield project (“Amunga Resort Project”), Located at the old Obudu province with a Switzerland mountainous setting and a lugano effect, the purpose is to provide ideal place for vacation for family and adults alike, cater for the most exclusive privacy and entertainment while also hosting other functions ,conferences and weddings.