… warns against quackery in the engineering profession

BENIN CITY – The Chairman, Nigeria Society of Engineers, Benin Branch, Engr. Omoregie Ehigie, (NSE) has assured the people of Edo State of building infrastructural to specifications in a manner that would ensure the safety of their safety.
Engr. Omoregie gave the assurance during the inauguration of the Edo State Technical Committee (ESTC) and Edo State Expatriate Monitoring Committee (ESEMC) on engineering regulation at the Government House, Benin City.
He urges the newly inaugurated members to justify the confidence reposed in them and ensure that they perform their assignment with maximum commitment and credibility.
Engr. Omoregie commended members of the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) for their role in ensuring that engineering practice in the country is standardized and in line with global best practices.
“Haven giving us this wonderful opportunity, we are going to make sure that we key into it, even if we have one or two professionals that have been practicing in whatever way to be brought to the realization of the digital time, a system where engineers can be challenged to international practices and make sure things are done appropriately.
“I want to also use this opportunity to tell the general public that things are not going to be the way it uses to be. Our Engineers are ready to do things differently and to make sure the safety of every Edo people are intact.”
The chairman warned against quackery in the state, saying that “With this inauguration, the era of mediocrity should be gone. I am tired of people who don’t have the relevant training, calling themselves engineers; engineering is a serious subject and it’s like the practice of medicine,” he said.
Earlier, the President of COREN, Mr. Ali Rabiu, noted that all practicing engineering firms are now required to obtain their COREN practicing license as a condition for pre-qualification for any engineering job in Nigeria and commended the leadership of COREN in the state for a job well done over the ongoing construction of the council’s secretariat building.
The newly inaugurated members are, Engr. Enabulele F.E, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Infrastructure; Engr. Michael Ulabu, Engr. Andrew Ehigiegba, Engr. Dauda Sule, Engr. Emmanuel Ibhadode, DSP Umaru Joan Shinga, Engr. Edwin Omoregbe, Engr. Tech Emmanuel and Engr. F.A Audkpegheme.


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