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The Nigerian Infrastructures Conundrum – The Missing Links

November 25, 2020

Several parameters have been identified as requirement for the delivery of sustainable national infrastructures. These include a need definition which is focused, time calibrated, and based on priority. Objectives must be well defined and a funding system which considers the strategic development of indigenous resources is also critical. All the above must be complemented by […]

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The Role of Engineering Professionals in Rebuilding Nigeria’s Economy, Post COVID-19

August 25, 2020

The Role of Engineering Professionals in Rebuilding Nigeria’s Economy, Post COVID-19 by Titi Omo-Ettu Text of a Speech delivered at the NSE, Lagos Branch, ONLINE 2020 ANNUAL PUBLIC LECTURES, AWARDS AND INDUCTION CEREMONY. Tuesday, August 25, 2020 OBSERVATIONS/INTRODUCTION I thank NSE, Lagos Branch especially my Chairman, Engr Dr Musliudeen Agoro, and for that matter Engr […]

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COVID-19 & The Nigerian Economy : The ENGINEERS’ PERSPECTIVE

May 9, 2020

A video Conference Meeting Presentation to the N.I.E.E.E. on May 9, 2020 by Titi Omo-Ettu. . NIEEE MEETING PRESENTATION BY TITI OMO-ETTU 09052020 TEXT OF THE PRESENTATION Covid-19 & the Nigerian Economy: The Engineers’ Perspective by Titi Omo-Ettu FAEng, FNSE May 9, 2020 For me the responsibility of the ENGINEER is to solve human problems […]

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December 14, 2019

“We must be deliberate and methodical about development, it cannot be left to chance. And this is where our training as professionals will come in handy” “It is never about insisting you must have your way, but instead about considering the often-incompatible wishes and desires of large numbers of stakeholders and forging an acceptable course […]

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Sustainability-of-Family-Owned-Conglomerates-in-Nigeria by OJ Mbonu

June 20, 2019

The Lecture Sustainability-of-Family-Owned-Conglomerates-in-Nigeria by Dr. OJ Mbonu is available at Sustainability of Family Owned Conglomerates in Nigeria OJ can be reached at ojmbonu@yahoo.com ← → x × Previous Next

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Dynamics of Requisite ICT Knowledge for Today’s Manager

August 9, 2018

Dynamics of Requisite ICT Knowledge for Today’s Manager (Presented as the 8th Annual Management Lecture of Nigerian Institute of Management, Ile-Ife Branch on Thursday August 9, 2018) by titi omo-ettu and segun sorunke 1. INTRODUCTION I have no idea when the Nigerian Institute of Management commenced capacity development in InfoTech (IT) applications, but I remember […]

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BEYOND TECHNOLOGY: Integrity, Ethical and Probity issues in Public Infrastructure Development

April 26, 2018

BEYOND TECHNOLOGY: Integrity, Ethical and Probity issues in Public Infrastructure Development (A Speech delivered as the First Sina Egberongbe Memorial Lecture of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Abeokuta Branch on Thursday April 26, 2018). by Titi Omo-Ettu, FAEng, FNSE Distinguished ladies and gentlemen, Our subject matter is someone who I know very well, someone who […]

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DIGITAL ATHLETES, eGamers that will earn millions sitting behind the keyboard

April 6, 2018

TECHNOLOGY/SCIENCE/ENGINEERING/BUSINESS When I mounted a pioneering effort in Internet evangelism in the mid-nineties, there were some things we read about but could not imagine thus making explanation rather difficult. Members of my faculty, however, all agreed that we should just sell the message that ‘with a future of the internet, everything is possible’. The way […]

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March 23, 2018

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY/ENGINEERING One day, babies will get DNA report cards at birth. These reports will offer predictions about their chances of suffering a heart attack or cancer, of getting hooked on tobacco, and of being smarter than average. The science making these report cards possible has suddenly arrived, thanks to huge genetic studies—some involving more than […]

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TECHNOLOGY :The evolving face of “Enhanced Cooperation”. What is next after WGEC2.0?

March 13, 2018

RIGHT OF TECHNICAL OPINION The evolving face of “Enhanced Cooperation”. What is next after WGEC2.0? – by Jimson Olufuye Ordinarily when you review the phrase “Enhanced Cooperation”, it should reflect the etymology of the two words “enhanced” and “cooperation” to indicate that a measure of existing cooperation is being taken to the next level. Yes, […]

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February 24, 2018

SQUARE HOLES AND ROUND PEGS AS HURDLES FOR PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT (A speech at the Inauguration of Engr Adedamola Falade-Fatila as the 25th Chairman, Nigerian Society of Engineers, Ibadan Branch) by Titi Omo-Ettu I imagine I may need to give some explanation of the subject matter of this short speech, as it may bring some […]

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A review of Newton Jibunoh’s HUNGER FOR POWER by Titi Omo-Ettu

January 3, 2018

INTRODUCTION My take is that this engagement is not a BOOK Review, but the Review of a STORY. A STORY well told by a seasoned STORY TELLER. I have reviewed a couple of books in the past and my objective at all times is to make a short presentation of what, in my opinion, is the summary […]

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Digital Empowerment Agenda for Businesses in Traditional Engineering Disciplines by Titi Omo-Ettu

December 17, 2017

Engr Titi Omo Ettu presented a paper on DIGITAL EMPOWERMENT AGENDA FOR BUSINESSES IN TRADITIONAL ENGINEERING DISCIPLINES at the ongoing Nigeria Engineering Assembly in Abuja. The Engineering Assembly is a family meeting of all trained and registered persons in all cadres of engineering, namely; engineers, engineering technologists, technicians, and craftsmen. They meet annually to compare […]

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“Engineers as TOTAL SOLUTION PROVIDERS in a Knowledge and Information Age”

October 31, 2017

A speech by Engr Titi Omo-Ettu, FAEng; FNSE. To Graduating Engineering Class of Bells University of Technology, Ota. October 31, 2017.   SYNOPSIS   The Lecture distinguishes between the REALITY EXPECTATIONS of today’s KNOWLEDGE AGE engineer as against those of the engineer of the INDUSTRIAL AGE.  It sees today’s challenges which, strictly speaking, presents tremendous […]

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Pathway to connecting the Last Man by Titi Omo-Ettu

December 16, 2010

The 2010 Annual Distinguished Electrical and Electronic Engineers Lecture (DEEEAL) of the Nigerian Institution of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (NIEEE) (A Division of the Nigerian Society of Engineers) Please click here for the Presentation Slides 1. Protocol and Introduction For as long as I can remember, the NIEEE has always been kind to me. In […]

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