Executive Vice Chairman/CEO of National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI), Mohammed Sani Haruna.
National Agency for Science & Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) says it is bridging infrastructure gap through homegrown technology.
Its Executive Vice Chairman/ Chief Executive Officer, Prof. Muhammed Sanni Haruna, made the disclosure while receiving an award at the Nigerian Academy of Engineering dinner in Lagos.
He said the agency had carried out research on and designed the first made-in-Nigeria helicopter, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) for agriculture and security surveillance.
Specifically, Haruna noted that NASENI has successfully designed and manufactured first electronic voting solution capable of solving voting and coalition challenges in the country among other innovations.
Speaking further, he disclosed that during the COVID-19 era, NASENI was the first institution of government to carry out study and successfully manufacture disinfectants to check the spread of the disease.
In his speech, Group Managing Director, Niger Delta Exploration and Production Company, Adegbite Falade, said there was need to build more critical infrastructure that would allow domestic consumption.
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