In a welcome address, the immediate past chairman of the NIEE, Mrs Abiola Kosegbe, said the body had made significant contributions to improving the environment through lectures, seminars, and partnerships with local groups, organizations, and Government institutions.

“The Institution also stamped its footprint in the state by participating at the domestication of the National Building Code for Lagos, an avenue where it did drive on to contribute its quota in ensuring a safe, sustainable and eco-friendly building for Lagosians,” she added.

Declaring the event open, the National Chairman of NIEE, Eng. Sesan Odukoya, said the new chairman of Lagos chapter, Eng. Yusuf Majolagbe, had demonstrated capacity in terms of leadership in the various responsibilities assigned to him.

He, therefore, urge him to embark on more community engagement in order to make the impacts of the institution more felt by the people.

The highpoints of the event were the swearing-in of the new chairman alongside his executive members, and the presentation of awards to personalities as well as Engineering and Construction companies.

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