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Engineers Can Save Nigeria – Bayelsa Dep Gov

Nigeria, as we see, seems to be in a state of turmoil and political instability. Gboribiogha Jonah, the Bayelsa State agent representative, has beseeched designs in the nation to take an interest effectively at all dimensions of national legislative issues. Jonah, who decided this while accepting individuals from the national official board of trustees of the Nigerian Institution of Mechanical Engineers (NIMechE) driven by its national president, Robinson Ejilah, on a cordial call at the Government House, Yenagoa, on Thursday.

He expressed that the designing aptitudes of architects were significant to administration and for the creation of laws that forms the key to national improvement. He was saddened by the fact that engineers were very few in the National Assembly and demands for more representation of engineers in the government assembly.

Jonah, who is a retired chief of naval operations of the Nigerian Navy and a proud member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), focused on that no genuine society could develop and flourish or be created without the fundamental and basic component of engineering.

As per him, the nation still couldn’t seem to saddle the importance of architects and engineers as its driver for social, financial, political and mechanical headway. Jonah stated that everything is design and engineering, and any community that needs to advance must give genuine consideration to them. When you take a glimpse at the National Assembly, engineers are not many. One should urge themselves to take an interest in national legislative issues. Engineers can only build this nation.

In Nigeria, people have misunderstood the powers of an engineer. Not many have even the feeble most idea about the engineers’ limit, the degree of conceivable outcomes in the nation if the engineers are given an upper hand. A considerable amount of progress can be put in to force by exploiting the knowledge of an engineer.

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