Nigerian Society of Engineers
Engineers seek private sector’s role in infrastructure
To attain growth, the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has advocated active participation of the private sector in infrastructural development.
Engineers seek partnership for capacity development
To improve capacity of members, the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has urged authorities to scale up involvement of indigenous...
‘Nigeria needs international standard in railway projects’
The Federal government has been urged to explore international standards in its efforts at bringing the Nigerian railways infrastructure back to live while the citizens must also develop ethics of boarding train. Director Civil/New Lines, Nigerian Railway Corporation, Anthony Onyokoko stated this at the 2018 yearly dinner and induction of new members organised by the…
Firms urged to embrace indigenous engineers
The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has urged indigenous firms in the country to deplore expertise of its members in their operations.The association noted that its members are core professionals who could compete favourably in any environment hence...
Experts seek specialisation, capacity building for engineers
Experts have called for the building of capacity/specialization as well as developing individual’s passion for the engineering profession.
Engineers tasked on infrastructure
Amid emerging digital industries, engineers have stressed the need to develop the nations’ infrastructure for realising the massive potential of the fourth industrial revolution. They spoke at the investiture of the 8th Branch Chairman/inauguration of new executive committee for the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Apapa chapter in Lagos. The event which was attended by the…
Engineering profession and challenges of infrastructural deficit
Nigeria's slow economic development is often attributed to its infrastructural deficit.
Foreign firms take Nigeria for granted, says Babalakin
Chairman of the Resort Group and Pro-Chancellor, University of Lagos (UNILAG), Dr. Wale Babalakin (SAN), has said that foreign firms lack the ‘emotional capital’ required to develop Nigeria’s infrastructure.
Engineers seek government engagement in infrastructural projects
The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has urged the federal government to effectively utilise the skills of its members for infrastructural projects. The association noted that it’s pathetic that engineers are seen as not living up to their responsibility despite, the depth of expertise and innovations the members’ possess. Chairman, Apapa Branch of NSE, Dr.…
NISE seeks end to tanker road accidents
The Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers (NISE), a division of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), which is responsible for finding solutions to safety problems in Nigeria, has called on both the Federal and state governments as well as all stakeholders to ensure the safety of Nigerians...
Engineers call for partnership to curb tanker explosions
The Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers (NISE), a division of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), has called on governments at all levels and relevant stakeholders to partner with them to curtail further of such incidence.