Here Is All You Should Know About The Nigerian Society Of Engineers

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The Nigerian Society of Engineers, NSE, is the umbrella organization for the Engineering Profession in Nigeria. It was founded on 16th February 1958 by a group of young Nigerian graduate engineers and students in the UK and inaugurated at the Nigerian House in London.

The Organisation looks after the professional needs of members through well-structured programmes and regular interactions among the different cadre of membership, enhancing high professional standard and ethical practices.

NSE is registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in 1967, as a company Limited by guarantee and not having a share capital.

The original Memorandum and Articles of Association were amended on 1st December 1998. Like some of its counterparts in other professions, the Society has distinguished itself through progressive and imaginative programmes to become the avenue for the professional development of its members as well as technological development of the country.

It is the vision of the Nigerian Society of Engineers to be one of the very best Engineering Professional bodies in the World while the Society’s mission is stated thus: “The Nigerian Society of Engineers is dedicated to providing quality service aimed at enhancing professional competence and development of its members at all times.

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“The Nigerian Society of Engineers is committed to focused collaboration with, influencing and providing quality advice to the various arms of Government, Industry, Commerce, academia and the Society at large, for the purpose of uplifting the country as a whole.

“The Nigerian Society of Engineers shall make meaningful contributions to the advancement of technology worldwide”.

Obejectives Of The Nigerian Society Of Engineers

The objective of the Society is to promote the advancement of engineering education, research, and practice in all its ramifications. Naturally, this is with a view to maintaining and enhancing the professional capabilities of its members so as to better equip them to fulfill the needs of the profession for the good of the public and the nation at large.

The objects for which the Society is established are:

  • To provide a central organisation for engineers in Nigeria and to generally to such things as may for time to time be necessary to maintain a strict standard or professional ethics among its members and to advance the interest of the engineering profession in Nigeria.
  • To promote, protect, encourage and maintain a high standard of engineering study and practice and to encourage greater efficiency therein.
  • To present to the Government of Nigeria the views of the Society on any subject of concern or interest to engineers in Nigeria and if considered advisable to join with any other bodies in submitting such representation.
  • To represent to any other individual or bodies or organisation the views of the society on any subject of concern or interest to engineers in Nigeria or any appropriate subject on which the views of the Society may be invited.
  • To provide a body to which the Government or other official or unofficial authority or organisation in Nigeria can have recourse for advice, assistance or the expression of views on any subjects of concern or interest to engineers in Nigeria.
  • To facilitate the development and acquisition of technology by conducting visits to places of engineering interest, reading technical papers, holding meetings, conferences, publishing books journals and periodicals on engineering matters.

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  • To subscribe or guarantee or otherwise use monies of the Society for charitable or benevolent objects or scholarships on bursaries or for any exhibitions for any public general or useful objects.
  • To provide for the training and examination of students in engineering as well as the continuing professional update and development of its members.
  • To nominate any member of members as arbitrators, panelists, investigators, auditors expert witnesses or specialist advisers, when called upon to do so.
  • To assist necessitous members and any of the dependent kindred of deceased members including the widows and widowers of members and to appoint treasurer and distributor of any benevolent fund or funds which may be contributed by members or others for these purposes or any of the them and subject to the provisions of paragraph four (prohibiting payments being made to members), to make any contributions out of the surplus assets or income of the Society from time to time to any benevolent fund or funds.
  • To purchase, hold, lease, let, mortgage, sell, improve, or otherwise acquire and dispose of any movable or immovable property and any rights or privileges, which may be necessary or convenient for the advancement of any of the objects of the Society
  • To invest and deal with the monies of the Society not immediately required in any manner.
  • To borrow money where necessary to promote any of the objects set out herein upon such securities as may be determined.

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  • To apply or petition for any legislation, parliamentary or otherwise that would further any of the objects of the Societies.
  • To do all or any such Lawful things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the object and generally to further the profession of engineering in Nigeria as well as enhance the status of engineers in Nigeria. Provided that the Society shall not support with its funds and objects nor endeavour to impose on or procure to be observed by its members or others any regulation, restriction or condition which if an object of the Society would make it a trade union.
  • To maintain and enhance links with national, international and multinational organizations and bodies to promote any of the objects of the Society.
  • To collaborate with Industry, Commence, Academia, and other such national bodies as may be necessary or convenient for the advancement of any of the objects of the Society.
  • To promote and enforce a high standard of performance and professional ethics among its members.
  • To promote and enforce a high standard of performance and professional ethics among its members.
  • To watch over, promote, and protect the mutual interests of its members and to give advice to members.

Membership Of The Nigerian Society Of Engineers

The following are guidelines for persons who want to become members of the Nigerian Society of Engineers.

There are six grades of membership namely: Student Member, Graduate Member, Corporate Member, Associate, Fellow and Honorary Fellow.

The education and training required for each grade of membership are listed here under:

1. Student Member

A Student Member must be a person who is undertaking an approved engineering course of training leading to a degree in an institution recognised by the Council of the Society for the purpose of training professional engineers.

2. Graduate Member

A person seeking admission to Graduate Membership must possess an academic qualification acceptable to the Council of the Society and registrable by the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) under the provisions of the Engineering Registration Decree (No.55) of 1970 or such amendments thereof. Post-qualification practical experience is not a requirement for entry into this class. HND holders are also not registrable.

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3. Corporate Member

Candidates for this membership are grouped into different categories thus:

A1 – Candidates who are holders of the Bachelor’s degree in Engineering whose institutions’ programmes are accredited by COREN and with such candidates having been registered by COREN as professional Engineers.

A2 – Candidates- This covers engineers who are already Corporate Members of Engineering Institutions (licensed as Professional Chartered or Registered Engineers) recognized by COREN.

B1 – Candidates- These are holders of the Bachelor’s degree in Engineering whose qualifications are accredited by COREN or any overseas accreditation board recognised by COREN. Such candidates must have acquired a minimum of 4 years post-qualification experience.

B2 – Candidates who obtained HND and PGD in the same field of Engineering from approved Institution and had acquired a minimum of 6 years post-graduation experience in the practice of Engineering.

B3 – Candidates who obtained HND in Engineering from approved institution and have successfully completed the NSE Graduateship Examinations and have had additional 2 years of engineering practice.

C1 – Candidates are holders of correct and adequate basic academic qualifications by COREN Standards and Regulations who are 40 years and above. Such candidates as at the time of application must have a minimum of 10 years post-qualification experience. The candidates must appear in person.

C2 – Candidates who are holders of correct and adequate basic academic qualifications by COREN Standards and Regulations and are top executives in Government parastatals or Industries etc, who are not only 45 years and above with respect to age, but who, as at the time of application have a minimum of 15 years post qualification experience. They may be accorded Presidential interview through NSE branch.

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4. Associate

A person seeking election, as an Associate of the Society shall possess an academic qualification at the level of a university degree in the sciences allied to engineering science, or the qualifications approved by the Council of the Society. In addition, he shall have been engaged on work related to the practice of engineering for a minimum period of 5 years.

5. Fellow

The following requirements/conditions are neccessary for anyone to qualify for fellowship award by the Nigerian Society of Engineers:

All candidates must have been corporate members of the Society for 10 years in addition to what is written in the Memorandum and Articles of Association of NSE.

All HND holders must have an additional academic qualification(s) before Fellowship.

All referees must be financial members of the Society and their reference letters must be received before the consideration of the candidate’s application. (Only the President can waive this option).

Intending members must have attended at least 5 AGMs in the last ten years prior to the year of application.
– Must have written and presented four (4) Technical/Management papers at NSE and or any other fora acceptable to the Board of Fellows (all papers must have been presented in the last 10 years).

Aspirants also must have worked on some outstanding projects (that stand out from the ordinary).

Attended the yearly refresher Engineering Courses/Workshops to make him or her current on engineering practice and not with obsolete knowledge (must show evidence of this in the application form).

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All candidates must be active in their Branch and Division activities.

Financial status must be consistent. There must be evidence of consistency in the payment of dues to NSE in the last 5 years.

The processing fees for the two categories of Fellowship had been reviewed upwards as follows:

(i) By invitation – the Council had approved N2.2m for applicants by invitation. The intention was to limit the number of applicants for this category and encourage applicants by application.

(ii) By application – the Council also approved N300,000 for this category of applicants.

6. Honorary Fellow

The Council of the Society may at its discretion elect distinguished persons to Honorary Fellowship. Such persons, though not necessarily engineers, would normally have used their positions to render notable assistance to the practice of engineering science.

To register, visit the registration portal http://membership.nse.org.ng:1390/nse/Register.aspx

Benefits Of Being A Member Of The Nigerian Society of Engineers

1. Courses/Workshops/Conference

The Society offers courses and workshops regularly for professional improvement and continuing education of members. These courses/workshops are coordinated by the Professional Development Directorate of the National Headquarters and are organized nation-wide through Divisions and Branches of the Society and the National Headquarters.

The Society holds Engineering Conference every year and an international conference every two years between the last week in November and December. Conference Themes are chosen based on contemporary issues and a communique issued at the end of proceedings.

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2. Careers And Employment Advice

The Society provides advice to members on job placement and career progression through her Job placement unit. The unit maintains a list of members wishing to change jobs or in search of jobs, and also match jobs opportunities by its job listing.

3. Liaison With The Council For The Regulation Of Engineering In Nigeria (COREN)

The Society is represented on the Council of COREN and maintains close relations with the body on all issues relating to the engineering profession. These include Engineering Regulations Monitoring (ERM), Mandatory Continuing Professional Development (MCPD) and Engineers remuneration.

4. Forum

The Society provides a forum for engineers to exchange ideas and update their knowledge on contemporary and future developments in engineering.

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5. Code of Ethics

The Society has established a Code of Ethics to control the professional conduct of her members. Disciplinary actions are instituted under this code.

6. Advisory Services

The Society provides guidance to members on a wide range of matters relevant to their involvements with and development in the profession. Government and the general public may also seek the advice of the Society on Professional Engineering matters.

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7. Awards and Prizes

Grants/Fellowships/Awards and Prizes for papers, research and other contributions to the profession are awarded by the Society from time to time to those who distinguished themselves in the profession.

8. Benevolent Fund

The Society maintains a benevolent fund to which individual members contribute. The fund is to help members and their families in distress.

9. Competitions

The Society sponsors and encourages competitions at all levels, secondary schools through Universities to Professional. The Engineer of the Year Award has also been instituted.

10. International Relations

The Society represents Nigeria through her membership of the Commonwealth Engineers Council (CEC) and World Federation of Engineering Organization (WFEO). The Society is also the Secretariat of the Federation of African Engineering Organization (FAEO).

Foreign Industrial tours are also organized by Branches and the Headquarters coordinated by the International Affairs unit at the Headquarters.

Code Of Engineering Conduct

Every member of the Nigerian Society ofEngineers is expected in his general conduct to uphold and enhance the honour and dignity of the Engineering profession and the reputation of the Nigerian Society of Engineers and to act always in the public interest:

  • A member shall make available his professional knowledge and experience in accordance with his code as a consultant or adviser, or a salaried employee, or a teacher of Engineering Science, or in design, or manufacture, or construction as a faithful agent and trustee of his client, employer, or other people connected with the works.
  • A member shall not practice in a dual capacity as a consultant and as a contractor for the same project except with the prior written consent of the client.
  • A member shall not place orders on his own behalf in respect of a project on which he is engaged but shall only do so explicitly on behalf of his client.
  • A member shall not be the medium of payments made on his clients behalf unless specifically so requested in writing by his client, but shall only issue certificate for payments.
  • A member shall not take part in competition involving the submission of proposals and designs for engineering work unless an assessor which shall be an Engineer of acknowledged standing has been appointed to whom all such proposals and designs are to be submitted for adjudication.

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  • A member shall not invite or submit priced proposals under conditions that constitute price competition for professional services.
  • A member shall not advertise engineering services in self-laudatory language or in any other manner derogatory to the dignity of the profession.
  • A member on engineering works in a foreign country the members may adapt his conduct according to the professional standards and customs of the country, but shall adhere as closely as practicable to the principles of this code.

Location Of Various Offices Of The Nigerian Society Of Engineers

Branch Chairman Address Email Phone Number
Aba  Engr. I.C. Ananaba, FNSE 2H, Pound Road, Aba, Abia State [email protected] 08037237244
Abakaliki Engr. Dr. Nweke Ukpai Friday,  MNSE Ministry of Works & Transport, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State [email protected] 080360869951
Abeokuta Engr. Abbass Muhammed Isola, FNSE Abeokuta Way, Abeokuta Ogun State [email protected] 08033518822
Abuja Engr. Dr. E.B. Coker, FNSE FCDA Site, Near Dantata & Sawoe, Garki 2, Abuja, FCT [email protected],

[email protected]

08033766399
Ado-Ekiti Engr. Oloko Solomon Ayoola Dept of Agric & Bio Environmental Engineering
Federal Polythenic Ado-Ekiti
Ekiti State
[email protected] 08033766399
Ajaokuta Engr. Alonge .A, MNSE Ajaokuta Steel Company, Ajaokuta, Kogi State [email protected] 08036125977
Apapa Engr. O.M Garba, MNSE Federal Ministry of Works, Central Workshop, Ijora Olopa, Lagos [email protected],

[email protected]

08077356531, 08023608912
Auchi Engr. Okodugha Dauda Aluya, MNSE Civil Engr. Tech, Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi [email protected],

[email protected]

website-www.nseauchi.org.ng

 

08028264445,

07039019523

Bauchi Engr. Usman Abubakar, MNSE PMB 250, TCN, Bauchi Region, Bauchi [email protected],

[email protected]

 

08036174622
Benin Engr. IK AMAYANVBO Aiwerioba Engineering Centre, 194 Ekenwan Rd [email protected]

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 3478, Benin

 

08023350667
Bida Engr. T.I Vandeyoon, MNSE Federal Medical Centre, Bida [email protected]

 

08065623401
Birnin-Kebbi Engr. Muhammad Nadeem Abdullahi, MNSE C/o Kebbi State Water Board, 1 Murtala Mohammed Way, Birnin Kebbi [email protected]

 

08037044507
Bonny Engr. Wilson Philemon Dadet, FNSE Technical Services Dept.Nigeria LNG Limited, Bonny Island, Rivers State [email protected],

[email protected]

 

08035300236, 08052031970
Calabar Engr. Dr. Nsed A. Akonjom, MNSE C/o Cross River State Ministry of Works, Calabar [email protected] 08034101424
Damaturu Engr. Mohammed Ajiya Ministry of Works, Damaturu [email protected]

Postal Address:

P.M.B. 1001 Damaturu, Yobe State

08038399851
Dutse Engr. Khalil Abubakar, MNSE Ministry of Works, Dutse [email protected]  08034237133

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Egbin Engr. Jibrin G.Abubakar , MNSE Egbin Power Plc Egbin via Ikorodu. [email protected] 08033209009
Eket Engr. Ngang Bassey Ngang, FNSE 9A old market Road, Ugep  Cross River State
Or
C/o Branch Secretariat,10/18 Udofa Avenue, Eket
[email protected] 08029662752
Ekpoma Engr. S.O. Igbudu, MNSE EKPOMA [email protected] 08056519971
Enugu Engr. Ofili Ifeanyi, MNSE 52 Chime Avenue, New Haven, Enugu Enugu State [email protected] 08033166479
Giri Engr. Mrs. Aishatu A. Umar, FNSE Fed. Housing Authority Julius Nyerere Crescent, Asokoro

P.M.B. 101, Garki, Abuja

[email protected],

[email protected]

08033156025, 08095360086
Gombe Engr. Ibrahim Hammadikko, MNSE Works and Physical Planning, Dept. Federal University Kashere, Gombe State [email protected] 08032986582
Gusau Engr. Umar Galadima, MNSE Ministry of Works and Transport, Gusau [email protected] 08064964264
Ibadan Engr. Bola Olowe, FNSE Engr. Ife Akintunde House Kolapo Ishola Estate, Akobno Ibadan [email protected],

[email protected]

08033264222
Ikeja Engr. Akintola Charles, FNSE Plot 32, Oba Ogunji Road, Beside Forte Oil Petrol Station,

Ogba via Pen Cinema, Agege Lagos

[email protected] ,

[email protected]

07068102007, 08033191269
Ikot Abassi Engr. Okon Ekott Enekott Engr & Inv. Co Ltd.

Ikot Abassi

[email protected] 08030626800

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Ile-Ife  Engr. Dr. Hussein Mohammed, MNSE  Dept. of Civil Engineering, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State  [email protected]  08037252038
 Ilesha  Engr. Mrs. OLORUNTOBA Mojirade M.  Prototype Engineering Development Institute, Ilesa, Osun state, Nigeria  [email protected]  08086287940
 Ilorin  Engr. Joseph Sunday ADEBAYO  Works Department, Electrical Unit, University of Ilorin, P.M. B. 1515. Ilorin, Kwara State.  [email protected]  08037007426
 Jalingo  Engr. Adamu Danladi Ushiki, FNSE  C/o Ministry of Works & Transport, Jalingo, Taraba State  [email protected]  07039771848, 08028065440
 Jos  Engr. Alexander Plangnan, MNSE  Ministry of Works & Transport Jos, Plateau State  [email protected],

[email protected]

 08036492020
 Kaduna  Engr. Dr. Abdulrasheed Babalola, MNSE  No 79b Yama’a Street,Shagari Estate, Barnawa, Kaduna  [email protected]  08031592001, 08023095178
 Kano  Engr. Rabiu Haruna  No 1 Commissioner Road, Ministry of Works, Kano  [email protected],

[email protected]

 08032004759, 08129124461
 Katsina  Engr. Aliyu Ibrahim, MNSE  Ministry of Works, Housing and  Transport, Headquarters, Katsina  [email protected]  08036854305
 Lafia  Engr. A. O Doma C/o State Ministry of Works & Transport, Lafia

P.O.Box 617, Lafia

Nasarawa State

 [email protected],

[email protected]

 07031312820
 Lagos  Engr. Oludayo Oluyemi, FNSE  Oyebolu House, Dept. of Works, University of Lagos, Lagos State.  [email protected]  08034017782

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Lokoja Engr. John A. Elumokwo, MNSE Director Works, Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja [email protected] 07035946433, 08051082707
Maiduguri Engr Emat Mohammed KOIS Ministry of Urban & Rural Water Supply, Maiduguri [email protected] 08052095814
Maitama Engr. Israel Abraham, MNSE c/o Power Holding Co. of Nig 14 Zambezi Crescent (RM 517) Maitama Abuja [email protected]

[email protected]

08052095814
Makurdi Engr. Msugh Orkor, MNSE MOW &T, Makurdi [email protected] 08039737428
Minna Engr. Dr. Andrew Yisa Adama, MNSE Ministry of Works and Transport Minna, Niger State [email protected] 080-23750639, 080-55737122
New Busa Engr. O. G. Etibeng, MNSE. Mainstream Energy Solutions Limited. Jebba Hydro Power Plant

P.M. 580, Jebba, Kwara State

[email protected] 08091831900, 08037556217, 08051487903, 07086677371
Nnewi Engr. Arinze Okwuosa, MNSE [email protected] 08030470853
Nsukka Engr. Dr. B.O Ugwuishiwu, MNSE [email protected] 08063932350
Omoku Engr. Prof. C.O Ahiakwo, FNSE Nigerian Society of Engineers, No 203 Ahoada Road, Omoku, Rivers State. OR

Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt.

[email protected] 08033449277
Onitsha Engr. Ifezue Uchenna, MNSE NSE Secretariat, 32/105 Iweka Road, P.O. Box 15478, Onitsha [email protected] 080-34391434

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Ogbomosho Engr. Prof. O.J Oyelade, FNSE C/o Faculty of Engineering LAUTECH, Ogbomoso [email protected] 08186282724, 07036834810
Orlu Engr. Chidozie John Okereke, MNSE, MNSChE Orlu Local Government Area Secretariat, Orlu LGA, Imo State [email protected] 08033546758
Osogbo Engr. Adetomiwa Zubair, MNSE Nigerian Society of Engineers, Osogbo Branch Secretariat, Behind Zarah Guest House, opposite Unity Bank, Ajagbemonkeferi, Onward Area, Osogbo. Osun State [email protected] 08034545857
Ota Engr. Akin Adeoye, MNSE Bells University of Tech. Idi-Iroko Road, Ota [email protected] 070350707288
Owerri Engr. Emeka Ugoanyanwu, MNSE Ministry Of Public Utilities& Rural Development State Secretariat P.O.Box 3735 Owerri, Imo State. [email protected] 08033410762, +234-8181347344
Port Harcourt Engr. Emmanuel Idoniboye, MNSE NSE Port Hacourt Branch 3, Bernard Carr Street, Port Harcourt [email protected]

Websitewww.nseph.org

08033099805
Sapele Engr. P.C. Achuenu Ika nOrt East Local Govt, Owa-Oyibo, Delta State [email protected] 08035456486
Sokoto Engr. Yusuf H. Binji, MNSE C/O C.C.N.N. Sokoto [email protected]

[email protected]

08036400382
Umuahia Engr. Victor E. Ihediwa, MNSE No 3 Kolping Road, Worl Bank Housing Estate, Umuahia [email protected],

[email protected]

08034947581
Uyo Engr. (Amb) Mfon Udoikpong, FNSE MEHIM ASSOCIATES, No 267b Oron Road, Uyo, Akwaibom State [email protected],

[email protected]

 08035953043,

08027377262

Victoria Island Engr. Abdulrasheed T. Moyosore, MNSE C/o No 1 Engineering Close,

Off Idowu Taylor, V/Island, Lagos State.

[email protected] 08038811745
Warri Engr. Ohwodo Goodluck, T.A.  MNSE FNIMechE No. 43, Up-Agbarho Street, Off Evueta Street, Sergeant Quarters, Ughelli, Delta State. [email protected] 08038811745
Yenagoa Engr. Sir Olaowei P. Indiamaowei, MNSE Bayelsa State Government House  [email protected] 08038811745
Yola Engr. Abdullahi F. Tarfa, MNSE MRICD State Secretariat Complex Yola, Adamawa State (PHCN Zonal Headquaters Yola) [email protected]

[email protected]

Postal Address: 1. O. Box 908, Jimeta-Yola

08065919160
Zaria Engr. Omorogbe Osaze Chemical Engineering Department, Ahmadu Bello University, Samaru – Zaria, [email protected] 08062447797

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Divisions Of The Nigerian Society Of Engineers

Division Chairman Address Email Phone number
Association Of Professional Women Engineers Engr. Mrs. Hauwa M. Sadique, MNSE Federal Ministry of Works 2, (H-JRBDA) Kano [email protected] 08050299701
Aeronautical Division Engr. B.

A Akinribido, MNSE

NAMA Hqtrs. Ikeja [email protected] 08037192728
Automotive Engineers Institute Division Engr. Ishaya Zamani, MNSE      
Environment Division Engr. Mrs. Rose Ngozi Igboanugo MNSE NSE Ikeja Branch, Oba Ogunji Street, Ogba, Lagos [email protected] 08033086270
Geotechnical Division Engr. Fidelis K. Ekikeme, MNGA, MNSE
Highway Division Engr. Isa Emoabino, FNSE Eco-Systems Consult DD19 Zambia Crescent Barnawa Kaduna [email protected],

[email protected]

08034532042, 08051316008
Industrial Division Engr. Prof. Damachi Nicholas Agiobi, FNSE Permanent Secretary Federal Ministry of Education Federal Secretariat Complex Shehu Muhammed Way,

Central Business District, Abuja

Institute Of Appraisal & Cost Engineering Division Engr. Dr. Charles Mbelede, FNSE
Marine & Naval Architecture Division Engr. Charles Otuonye, MNSE No 8 Liverpool Rd, Apapa Lagos State [email protected] 08033452964

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Metallurgical, Mining &Material Division Engr. Dr. F.I. Apeh, MNSE NBRRI [email protected]
Website:www.metminmat.org
08033466241
Nigeria Institution Of Agricultural Engineers (NIAE) Division Engr. Dr Musa, Shuaibu Rectory, Federal Polythenic, BAUCHI [email protected],

[email protected]

08023558399
Nigeria Institution Of Electrical Electronics Engineers (NIEEE) Division Engr. Emmanuel Olulere Akinwole. FNSE, FNIEEE National Engineering Centre, 1 Engineering close, Idowu Taylor

Victoria Island, Lagos

[email protected]

Website: www.nseelectrical.com

08023217171
Nigeria Institution Of Mechanical Engineers (NIMechE) Division  Engr. Ugochukwu N.P. Nzurumike, FNSE 280 Effurun/Sapele Road Effurun – Warri [email protected] 08037064341
Nigeria Institute Of Civil Engineers (NICE) Division Engr. Hon Andem Ekpo-Bassey, MNSE Oshopey Plaza, 17/19 Allen ave, Ikeja [email protected] 09056852542
Nigerian Institution Of Structural Engineers (NISTRUCT.E) Division Engr. OreO Fadayomi, FNSE Nigerian Institution of Structural Engineers, No 5 Akinhanmi Street, Surulere, Lagos. [email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

08033220653
Nigerian Society Of Chemical Engineers (NSChemE) Division Engr. Prof. S.S Adefila Secretariat: Infinite Grace House, 4th floor Wing C, Plot 9, Oyetubo Street, Off Awolowo Way Ikeja, Lagos [email protected],

[email protected]

 

08037030404
Petroleum Division Engr. Anthony A. Abolarin, MNSE

Rtd. General Mnager, Total CPFA Limited

35 Kofo Abayomi street, Victoria Island, Lagos [email protected] 08037401766
Power Division Engr. Isreal Abraham, MNSE NSE Headquarters Abuja. [email protected]
Institute Of Polymer Engineers Engr. Dr. Mrs Ishidi Y. Edith, FNSE Shestco, kwali [email protected] 08034518844
Space Engineering Division Engr.Y.H Mshelia, MNSE Obasanjo Space Centre, Airport Road, Abuja yhmsheliayahoo.com 08057222210
Safety Division Engr. A.B Oyedepo, FNSE FAAN, Lagos [email protected] 08033434632
Water Division Engr. Joseph Anayo Ezie, FNSE Postal address:
P.O.Box 5566 Abeokuta
[email protected] 08034520711
Facility Division Engr. Samson A. Opaluwah, FNSE FM House, 1013 Kaura District. P.M.B 3091, Garki, Abuja [email protected] 08033110789
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