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APWEN CELEBRATES AS NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS GETS FIRST FEMALE PRESIDENT IN 65 YEARS     

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APWEN CELEBRATES AS NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS GETS FIRST FEMALE PRESIDENT IN 65 YEARS                                                                    25-12-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                   The Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria APWEN says the emergence of Engineer Margaret Aina Oguntala as the first female President of Nigerian Society of Engineers in it’s sixty five years history is a clear demonstration of their commitment to fostering a more inclusive and equitable environment within the engineering profession and Nigeria.

President of the Association Engineer Elizabeth Jumoke Alerigho who stated this while speaking after handing over of baton of leadership to the thirty fourth female President by the incumbent President Engineer Tasi’u Sa’ad Wudil also described the event as historic and memorable.

Engineer Elizabeth Jumoke explained that the occasion serves as an inspirational milestone for women Engineers that have consistently proven their capabilities and prowess in the engineering industry which will in near future lift the profession to greater heights.

She however commended the present and past Presidents of the council and every member of Nigerian Society of Engineers NSE for acknowledging the potential and embracing diversity by electing Engineer Margaret Aina Oguntala as their first female President and advised her to use her influential position to further promote the advancement of women in engineering.

Engineer Elizabeth Jumoke expressed optimism that the new President will leverage on her expertise and leadership to foster mentorship programmes establish platforms for policies that encourage female representation at all levels within and outside engineering profession.

The Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria was established with among other mission to encourage and enhance women in science engineering and technology in Nigeria, promoting their full participation and carrier excellence in the engineering field .

They also congratulated successful women elected executives that include Engineer Rose Madaki, Engineer Felicia Agubata, Engineer Racheal Ugye and Engineer Omolola Adetona and charged to live above board.

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