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Engr Otis Anyaeji Leads Nigerian Engineers to Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE) 2017 Engineering Conference

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The President of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Engr. Otis Anyaeji FNSE, FAEng, FNIMechE is leading the Nigeria Delegation to the Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE) 2017 Engineering Conference.

The theme of the Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE) is "Ghana's Natural Resources and Sustainable Development -The Role of the Engineer", which is currently taking place at the Eusbett Hotel Sunyani, Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana.

The NSE delegates therefore joined their counterparts from other African Countries here in Sunyani Ghana, to participate actively at the opening ceremony, today, tuesday 28th March, 2017. Highlight of other programs at the Annual Conference include plenary, technical sessions, health walk, students forum, women in engineering forum, election of new President of the GhIE and her Inauguration & banquet and other programs.

On the list of the Nigerian delegates to the Annual Event are:
President of NSE, Engr Otis Anyaeji FNSE, FAEng, FNIMechE
Deputy President of NSE, Engr Adekunle Mokuolu FNSE
IPP of FAEO, Engr Mustafa Shehu FNSE
Past President of NSE, Engr I.K. Inuwa FNSE

Vice President of NSE, Engr Dr. Edith Ishidi FNSE
EXCO Member of NSE, Engr. Halimat Adediran, MNSE
EXCO Member of NSE, Engr Ibitoye A. Kilomodemo FNSE
Past President of NSE, Engr I. K. Inuwa FNSE
Executive Secretary of NSE, Engr Olusola Obadimu, MNSE, FIoD
Executive Director of FAEO, Mr Bernard Ordams

The Guest of Honour and the Keynote Speaker, the Vice President of Republic of Ghana was ably repesented by a Senior Minister in the cabinet, Hon Engr Yaw Osafo-Marfo. The President of the Federation of African Engineering Organisations (FAEO) and President-Elect of FAEO, Representatives from Kenya, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe and other Africa Countries also attended.

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