Agriculture is a critical element that is to be considered for the development of a country, fresh water is one of the key requirements for successful agriculture, technological irrigation is an artificial way of watering the soil to promote growth of farm products. In the present day Nigeria, due to Read More
The newly constituted 11 man Disciplinary Tribunal of the the Council for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), suspended two engineers for professional misconduct.
The Disciplinary Tribunal headed by its President Engr. Ali .A. Rabiu handed the judgment when both Engr Mathew Kayode Ajibade and Engr Adeola Mary Olaosebiken were found Read More
Pipelines are subjected to risks that can cause damage to them. These risks are such as internal corrosion due to corrosive fluids, erosion caused by the presence of the solid particles in the flowing fluid, external corrosion, and vandalism of pipes to the external surface of the pipe. In a Read More
Computer engineering is the outcome of the merger between two very distinct field of study—electrical/electronic engineering and computer science—and not all about fixing of computer or laptop issues—as some assume. The major aim of computer engineering is solving of specific problems through the knowledge and training derived from its two Read More
The oil and gas industry has a significant impact on the Nigeria’s economy. Though the industry contributes less than 10% to the country’s gross domestic product, it contributes about 90% of the foreign exchange earnings and 60% of total income. Consequently, any adverse change in the industry will have a Read More
Security is vital for the socio-economic development and sustainability of any nation. Currently, militancy, Boko Haram crisis, Fulani herdsmen, cow herders, local farmers’ clashes, and the heightening wave of kidnapping sums up the current state of security in Nigeria. Poor data management techniques on the part of government agencies have Read More
The rapid changing of technology and related human activities leads to tremendous increase of energy used. There have been a lot of efforts to meet the global demand of this energy used, 90% of global energy supply in Nigeria totally depends on fossil fuel, hydropower and other conventional energy resources. Read More
It is very clear that Nigeria has a waste problem. With the advent of modernization and urbanization has come the production of tons of different kinds of waste products of which plastics constitute a great percentage. Normally, it would be convenient to just discard those waste materials, but recycling is Read More
People are still dying every day, of covid-19. As of April 1, 2021, approximately 3 million deaths had been traced to COVID-19 globally, with over 2,000 deaths from Nigeria. These deaths are increasing, every hour, as a result of a continuous transmission of the virus among people, and also due Read More
When President Muhammadu Buhari signed the Paris Agreement committing to minimum nationally determined contributions to be made by Nigeria to reduce the impact of global warming, he was reiterating Nigeria’s commitment to remain a respected and respectable member of the civilized global community.
The responsibility for delivering on that commitment now Read More