Nigerian Society of Engineers
Engineers blame weak legislation for dilapidated roads
NSE President, Otis Anyaeji, who disclosed this in Abuja while hosting legislators who are also engineers in Abuja, explained that the society has six legislations that can bridge the infrastructural deficit...
How to overhaul ports, land borders, by experts
As Nigeria wades through the current economic recession, its recent poor ‘Ease of Doing Business’ rating has emphasised fact that critical sectors of the economy ...
Engineers, lecturers task Federal Government on food security
Worried by the prevailing level of food insecurity in the country, coupled with the abysmal performance of food and agro industries, the Federal Government has been urged ...
Why we conferred NSE fellowship on Buhari, by Anyaeji
Speaking in an interview after the NSE Special Dinner for the conferment of fellowship on 20 members in Abuja recently, Anyaeji said the award was conferred on Buhari in 2009 during the society’s annual conference in Owerri, Imo State.
NSE threatens to sanction engineers over unethical practice
The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has threatened to sanction erring members irrespective of their status in the Society.
Procurement bureau opposes hike in mobilisation fee
Meanwhile, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, who declared the hearing open, hinted that the purchase of defence equipment would be included in the Public Procurement Act, 2007.