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PENAL/DEBE REGIONAL CORPORATION
TENDER NOTICE - TRUCK BORNE WATER 2014
1. The Penal/Debe Regional Corporation invites interested contractors to Tender for Supply and
Delivery of Truck Borne Water 2014.
2. Tender documents can be obtained during the hours of 8.00 a.m to 3.00 p.m at the Tenders
Department, Penal/Debe Regional Corporation, #218A S.S. Erin Road, Debe. Telephone
Contact 647-0961/7012/2092 Ext 112 at the cost of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00). This
non-refundable deposit is payable by Cash or Certified Cheque to the Chief Executive Officer,
Penal/Debe Regional Corporation. Any further information may be obtained during normal
working hours from the Public Health Officer Mr. R. Badall at 647-8622.
3. Tenders must be accompanied by an NIS Compliance Certificate, Valid Income Tax and Value
Added Tax Clearance Certificates, where applicable, issued by the Board of Inland Revenue
and dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing of the tender.
4. The Tender must be placed in a sealed envelope and addressed to the Chief Executive
Officer, Penal/Debe Regional Corporation and marked on the outside "Tender For The Supply
and Delivery of Truck Borne Water 2014".
5. The sealed Tender must be deposited in the White Tender Box #1 or #2 located at the
upstairs lobby no later than 12.00 noon on Wednesday 29th January, 2014.
6. Tenders will be opened publicly on Friday 31st January, 2014 at 9.00 a.m at the
Corporation's Hall #218A S.S Erin Road, Debe.
7. Late tenders will not be considered under any circumstances. The Corporation does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any tender. The Penal/Debe Regional Corporation reserves the
right to cancel he tender without defraying any cost incurred to the Tenderer in submitting
Chief Executive Officer
Penal/Debe Regional Corporation
Three weeks after his untimely
passing, former T&T football
defender Akeem Adams will be
laid to rest today following a public
viewing of his body, in his home-
town Point Fortin, at Mahaica
Oval, from 11.30 am.
Adams, whose body was flown
in on Tuesday on the same flight
as his mother Ancilla Dick-Adams
and his brother Akini Adams, died
on December 30 at the age of 22.
His death followed a series of
complications which stemmed from
a massive heart attack he suffered
in his apartment in Budapest, Hun-
gary, last September.
Today's funeral is expected to
attract hundreds of family members,
friends, well wishers and affiliates
of the football community.
Adams, regarded by former
national coach Otto Pfister as this
country's best left-back, played for
several local Pro League clubs,
including W Connection and Cen-
tral FC, before making a move
abroad to Hungarian club Ferenc-
varos TC, where he made a name
after just a handful of appearances.
Only two weeks after he suffered
a heart attack, Adams' left leg was
amputated in a procedure described
by doctors as a "life saving surgery".
He was subsequently given an arti-
ficial heart, but Adams never built
enough strength to undergo a heart
transplant, which was eventually
scheduled for February 4. Adams
then fell into a coma on December
28, two days before he died at the
Varosmajori Heart Clinic, in
Adams represented T&T at the
Under-17 and Under-20 levels, and
played in respective youth Fifa World
Despite only playing six matches
for Ferencvaros (five of which result-
ed in wins), Adams was well
received by fans, teammates and
Two days ago, Dr Sandor Csanyi,
president of the Hungary Football
Association, in a letter of condolence
to the T&T Football Association
described Adams as "a distinguished
"The memories of his exemplary
life and football achievement will
be treasured and long remembered
by the Hungarian Football Com-
munity," said Dr Csanyi.
The TTFA, through president
Raymond Tim Kee replied in grat-
itude for the hospitality and assis-
tance given to Adams after his heart
On Hungarian Web site, hungar-
ianfootball.com, an author signed
as "Gabyg", said despite Ferencvaros'
notorious off-field difficulties,
Adams' condition managed to blos-
som a side of supporters which was
rarely seen. He said Akeem's con-
dition managed to bring rival clubs
Adams, however, won the hearts
of fans even before his heart attack.
"As odd as that may seem, it real-
ly is remarkable that a young man
from Trinidad, under the shadow
of racism in Hungarian football,
won the fans over," the author wrote.
"Fans lit candles, made banners
and flocked in the hundreds to give
blood donations. His death has
shocked all those associated with
Hungarian football. The words I am
writing are some of the hardest I
have had to write and I don't think
I could ever fully make those reading
this understand what a loss he is
Adams, a former student and
standout defender of Presentation
College San Fernando, had his play-
ing number, four, retired by the
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