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LAKE ASPHALT OF TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (1978) LIMITED
Brighton, La Brea
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
entities to submit bids for:
Friday 27 January,
2017 / 3:00 p.m.
2. Proponents are advised that RFP Packages will be available from Tuesday 10 January, 2017 at
between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
to 12 noon and from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
3. Proponents shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of the Proposal.
4. Proponents shall submit one (1) Original and two (2) copies.
5. Lake Asphalt is not bound to accept the lowest price of any Proposal submitted.
6. Proponents are advised that there is a non-refundable fee of TT$ Two Hundred Fifty ($250.00)
Dollars for the RFP Package which must be paid via cash or Manager’s cheque to “Lake Asphalt
7. Completed Proposals MUST be addressed to:
The Secretary Tenders Committee
Trinidad, West Indies
8. Sealed packages must be placed in the appropriately labelled box
the Lobby of the Administration Building.
9. Responses for this RFP MUST be submitted in accordance with the instructions given in the
10. RFP submissions will NOT be accepted electronically.
11. Late submissions will NOT be considered.
12. All queries in respect of this Tender MUST be directed to the:
Tel: 868-648-7555/8521 (Ext. 2223)
Burkina Faso holds
Burkina Faso fought
back to earn a 1-1 draw
from their opening
Group A match against
Cameroon at the 2017
African Nations Cup in
Lorient forward Ben-
jamin Moukandjo put
the Indomitable Lions
ahead with a free-kick
on 35 minutes.
Faso rallied and earned
a deserved share of the
points when Issoufou
Dayo headed in from
close range with 15 min-
A problem with the
sound system at the
Stade d’Angondje, which
had earlier also held the
opening match of the
hosts Gabon and Guin-
ea Bissau, meant the na-
tional anthems could not
be played before kick-off.
The Confederation of
African Football (CAF)
and tournament organ-
isers swiftly issued an
apology for the “tech-
When the action got
under way, Burkina Faso
forward Prejuce Nakoul-
ma sent an early header
off target before Dayo
shot wide from a tight
Cameroon took the
lead when Moukandjo
whipped a 20-yard free-
kick up over the wall and
into the top-left corner.
Burkina Faso respond-
ed and went close when
Nakoulma’s rising, an-
gled drive to the near
post was pushed over by
In first-half stop-
Christian Bassogog raced
clear as he latched on to a
long pass, but goalkeep-
er Kouakou Koffi rushed
out of his area to make a
last-gasp sliding tackle
to knock the ball away.
The 20-year-old had to
time it perfectly or risk
a red card.
Cameroon should have
doubled their lead just
before the hour mark.
Jacques Zoua’s swerv-
ing 20-yard drive was
beaten away by Koffi. The
ball dropped to Clinton
N’Jie in the six-yard box,
but somehow the for-
ward, on loan at Marseille
from Tottenham, scuffed
his shot wide.
It proved costly as Bur-
kina Faso netted a late
Ondoa palmed out
a swerving free-kick
from Banou Diawara,
Malaga defender Bakary
Kone headed the ball back
goalwards and Dayo nod-
ded in from point-blank
Debutants Guinea-Bissau snatched a shock
1-1 draw with a last-minute goal against hosts
Gabon in the opening match of the 2017 Africa
Cup of Nations in Libreville, yesterday.
However, Gabon failed to build on their advantage
as Guinea-Bissau grew in confidence during the latter
stages and earned a point from the Group A tie when
defender Juary Soares sent a diving header into the
After a low-key first half, Gabon upped the tem-
po following the restart as Tours midfielder Denis
Bouanga saw his goal-bound effort saved.
The hosts finally made their pressure pay on 52
The ball found its way out to Bouanga on the right
side of the penalty area and his low drive back through
the six-yard box was stabbed in by Aubameyang at
the far post.
The Stade d’Angondje had suddenly found its voice
as the home side continued to press.
The Panthers were in again on 68 minutes as Ju-
ventus midfielder Mario Lemina got away down the
right, but his cutback was blasted over the crossbar
However, Guinea-Bissau - who had qualified for
a first major international tournament ahead of the
likes of Congo and Zambia - weathered the storm.
Substitute Frederic Mendy headed straight at Gabon
goalkeeper Didier Ovono following a deep free-kick.
The equaliser came in the final minute of normal
time when a free-kick was floated into the right side
of the Gabon penalty area, and Soares guided it into
the bottom corner.
Issoufou Dayo celebrates after scoring Burkina Faso’s equaliser.
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