CHAIRMAN: ENGR. OLADIPUPO MABOGAJE, FNSE
Engr. Oladipupo Isiaka Mabogaje, FNSE, AFCIA was born in Ebute-Metta, Lagos on the 31st March, 1976. He obtained B.sc in Mechanical Engineering from University of Ibadan, Oyo State in 1999. He also holds M.Sc in Industrial & Production Engineering from University of Ibadan in 2004 and Diploma certificate in Industrial Safety, Planning & Control from Federal College of Education, Akoka – Lagos in 2005.
Engr. O.I. Mabogaje worked in different capacities across Engineering field such as, Boston Nig. Ltd, HIS Nig Ltd. In Lagos, Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) Headquarters, Abuja and joined Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) in 2010 as a maintenance officer. He was COREN Zonal officer South South in 2013 and Currently the Head of Procurement Unit of COREN in Abuja.
Engr. Mabogaje has attended several courses in Nigeria and a member of several Professional bodies.
He is happily married to Mrs. Gift Chinyere Aishat (Nne Uche) Mabogaje.
VICE CHAIRMAN: ENGR. HENRY UGOCHUKWU OKOYE, MNSE
ASST. GENERAL SECRETARY:
TECHNICAL SECRETARY: ENGR. ABRAHAM UWANNAH, MNSE
ASST. TECHNICAL SECRETARY:
EX-OFFICIO I: ENGR. MARKUS CHOJI DYE, FNSE
EX-OFFICIO II: ENGR. OLADIPO AGBOOLA, MNSE
Oladipo Agboola is the Technical Secretary of Maitama branch. He is from Igbojaiye, Itesiwaju LGA of Oyo State. He attended Lasu Staff School, for his primary school education. His secondary school studies was in Government College, Ibadan for his Junior Secondary School Classes & Wesley College of Science, Elekuro, Ibadan for his senior classes.
He hold a Bachelors of Technology degree honours in Chemical Engineering from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology,Ogbomoso and a Masters degree in Industrial & Production Engineering from University of Ibadan. He has over 8 years experience since after his youth service in 2008 but presently works in the Ministry of Petroleum Resources, Abuja as a Chemical Engineer.
He is happily married with kids and has a passion for developing young engineers to be better professionals.