COREN Decries Poor State of Facilities In Technical Schools

The Council for the Regulation of Engineers in Nigeria (COREN) has decried the state of facilities at the nation’s technical colleges.

Addressing the 22nd Assembly of the council in Abuja, the president,Mr Kashim Ali asked government at all levels to work towards providing efficient facilities at the colleges in the interest of national development.

He also advised the government to back up contracts with the provision of funds to effective project implementation
The assembly, with the theme ‘Accelerating National Development,The Role Of The Engineering Profession In Nigeria’, was attended by engineers from across the country.

The engineers urged each other to practice in a manner that will contribute to the nation’s development. They also asked for a total overhaul of technical education in the country.
Supporting the call by engineers, Governor Ibrahim Shema lamented the spate of uncompleted projects in the country.

While commending engineers for their role in national development, the permanent secretary in the ministry of works, Ahmed Mohammedappealed to members of the profession to help curtail cases of collapsed building.


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