Nigerian Institution of Surveyors
Surveyors, others hinge Nigeria’s greatness on purposeful leadership
For Nigeria to attain its full potentials, stakeholders and professionals in the built environment have called for enthronement of purposeful leadership in the country.
Restructuring will aid sustainable development, say experts
Experts have stressed the need to restructure the polity, build consensus on fundamental issues and prepare the citizenry, particularly the youth, for effective leadership. They said only a restructured nation could guarantee economic, human capital development and the survival of the country. Leading the call at the 14th annual Adekunle Kukoyi memorial lecture organised by…
Surveyors task Nigerians on quacks, backdating of survey plans
Members of the Nigerian Institution of Surveyors (NIS) have charged Nigerians to desist from indulging in backdating of survey plans and patronising fake and unregistered surveyors. They also assured that the land surveyors’ regulatory body would not be deterred in arresting cases of complicity and compromise of its members, assuring that the body would continue…
Surveyors call on Ogun to create office of surveyor-general
The Nigerian Institution of Surveyors (NIS), Ogun State chapter has called on the State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun to create an office of Surveyor-General as an extra ministerial department. The chapter Chairman, N.B. Ashaye who made the appeal in Abeokuta, the State capital explained that creating such an office would enhance productivity and service delivery.…
Delta surveyors to issue new practice guidelines in January
The Delta State Branch of Nigerian institution of Surveyors (NIS) has unfolded measures to flush out quacks among them, with new guidelines on cadastral survey practice commencing January 1, 2018. The State Chairman, Umukoro Abraham who spoke at a press conference in Asaba, disclosed that the new guidelines, which are in agreement with the state…
Surveyors, experts proffer solutions to Nigeria’s socio-economic woes
Speaking on theme: “ Make Nigeria Great Again”, the experts lamented that the country has not been able to maximize its full potentials to the greatness of the citizens because of lack of planning.
Surveyors warn Nigerians against patronising touts
Concerned that many lands surveyed carry false documentations, the Nigerian Institution of Surveyors (NIS) has urged the public to desist from indulging in backdating of survey plans.
‘Disunity, encroachment bane of surveying profession’
In his remark, NIS President, Akin Oyegbola, who was represented by his deputy, Alabo Charles called for unity among members.