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In most societies, despite the ideology of free enterprise and in the face of competing needs, Governments, nevertheless, play a catalytic role in the nurturing and provision of consistent support for the Science and Technology sector aimed at manufacturing, and in Research & Development.

Bridging Skills Acquisition Gap For Rapid Industrialisation

One of the most effective ways to fight poverty and boost economic development of any nation is through job creation. Experts have identified skilled manpower as the main driver of rapid industrialisation and economic development of any nation. In the case of Nigeria, the absence of skilled manpower has led to the loss of millions of naira in capital flight to experts from other countries. The “skills gap” constrains economic and social development, limiting the ability of individuals to get jobs and improve their living standard; of companies to improve productivity, competitiveness, and growth; and of countries to reach their potential, particularly in developing countries.

Speaking at the sixth graduation ceremony of 300 vocational skills trainees of a non-governmental organisation, the Mother and Child Care Enhancement Foundation (McCEF), registered by the first lady of Nasarawa State, Salamatu Umaru Tanko Al-Makura in Lafia, the executive vice chairman of  NASENI, Prof. Sani Haruna, said...


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Prof. M S Haruna on inaugurated Board of NNRA

President Muhammadu Buhari has challenged members of the newly inaugurated boards in the Ministry of Petroleum Resources to ensure decency and transparency in the management of the nation’s oil industry.
The inaugurated boards included the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board and Nigerian Nuclear Regulatory Authority.
Buhari specifically tasked the new boards to ensure that they devise practical strategies aimed at tackling current challenges within the oil industry.
He said the boards, which would be chaired by the Minister of State, Petroleum Resources, Dr Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, should advise the minister and the corporations’ management on the most effective ways for Nigeria to get value for money from its assets.

My expectations from the members of the boards is for them to ensure that NNPC charts a way to face current economic challenges.

This will involve a careful look at the ongoing reforms designed to steer the corporation to achieve better performance and efficiency.


Kebbi State Government,NASENI to Collaborate To Create Jobs in State

The Kebbi State Governor, SENATOR Abubakar Atiku Bagudu has disclosed that the Kebbi State government will work with the National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) and the Kebbi State in the promotion of rural electrification and agricultural development in order to create wealth and job opportunities at the state level.

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Production of Sophisticated Military Hardware In Nigeria Feasible – Haruna

President Muhammadu Buhari recently directed Nigeria’s foremost technological development agency, the National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) to collaborate with strategic ministries, departments and agencies to develop technologies that would advance the nation’s growth. In this interview with NKECHI ISAAC, the executive vice chairman of the agency, Prof. Mohammed Haruna, highlights the Agency’s efforts at executing this presidential directive.

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Jigawa State Government and NASENI To Use Solar Energy for Rural Electrification

The Jigawa State Government and National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) are currently working out plans on kick-starting real- time industrial development of the State with NASENI’s deployment oflocally developed technologies in the areas of Solar energy for rural electrification, integrated cassava processing facilities for rural agriculture reforms,hydro power technologies and resuscitation of educational sector with massive supply of NASENI science kits to both primary and secondary schools in the state amongst others.

The Executive Vice Chairman/CEO of NASENI, Engr. Professor Mohammed Sani Harunaand top management staff of the Agency,at the weekend, held a meeting with the Executive Governor of Jigawa State, Alhaji Mohammed Badaru Abubakar, the State Commissioners,Permanent Secretaries in the State Ministries at the Jigawa State Government House, Dutse, the state capital.

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President Buhari’s Directive TO NASENI ON Utilization of Indigenous Technologies

NASENI, Nigeria Defence Corporation Agree to Work Together. In the spirit of looking inward to achieve industrial self-reliance, using indigenous technology to achieve Nigeria’s national development and to guarantee national security, the Defence Industries Corporation of Nigeria (DICON), and the National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) had agreed to work together.

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NASENI alone can bring Nigeria out of the wood

NASENI is the only agency of government that its establishment Act allows it to do R&D and produce prototype, set up manufacturing plants, and  go into full scale productions. It can sell the technologies to anyone, it can equally partner with any organisations or business concern or individuals.

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Rural electrification: Buhari asks NASENI to partner Govs

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday directed the National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure to seek the patronage of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum for some of the products it has produced especially to boost rural electrification.

The Vice Chairman of NASENI, Prof. Mohammed Haruna, disclosed this to State House correspondents after briefing Buhari of the agency’s activities inside the Presidential Villa, Abuja

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Publicise your inventions for the benefit of Nigerians - Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday urged the National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) to do more to publicise its inventions for the benefit of Nigerians.

The President made the call after he was briefed on NASENI's recent work by the Chief Executive of the Agency, Prof. Sani Haruna, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Buhari said unless the Agency's inventions were adopted and further developed by manufacturers, the country and ordinary Nigerians would not enjoy the benefits of its good work.

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NASENI Intervention

With programmes and projects in several sectors of the economy, our science and engineering services are structured as follows: Consulting, Training, National Resource as an Infrastructure and Technical Extension Services.


Knowing the right machines and tools to purchase and deploy just got easier.

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Enacting positive results through providing the right infrastructure through our National Resource

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State-of-the-art training facilities to ensure practical learning.

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