NIMASA ED Fashakin bags NSE Fellowhip 

Fashakin bags NSE Fellowhip
Executive Director, Operations, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Engineer Rotimi Fashakin and his wife, Bisola, at his conferment with the Fellowship of the Nigerian Society of Engineers in Abuja recently.

The Executive Director in charge of Operations in the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Engineer Rotimi Fashakin has been conferred with the Fellowship of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (FNSE).

Fashakin was honoured alongside 23 others in Abuja recently. 

Chairman Board and College of Fellows of the NSE, Engr. Chris Okoye charged the new Fellows to ensure sustainability in the profession and also ensure their impact is felt theoretically and in practice in any sector they find themselves for the good of the nation.

Fashakin is a consummate engineering and project management professional having graduated from the University of Ife with a Bachelor degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and the Project Management Institute, USA.

His working experience spans nearly three decades mostly in the private sector. He was at various times Project Manager, MTN Nigeria, Chief Operating Officer, Hybrid Systems Engineering Ltd, Technical Manager and Mobile Telecommunications Services, among others. 

He is also a member of other professional bodies including the Project Management Institute of the United States of America and has attended several courses in engineering and project management in Nigeria and abroad. 

The award was in recognition of engineers and engineering organizations’ outstanding attainments and contributions to the general development of engineering in Nigeria.

The investiture was witnessed by the Minister for Water Resources, Suleiman Adamu Kazaure, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, Senator Iyiola Omisore, Asoquo Daniel Effiong, and Engr. Joe Makoju of Dangote Group, among others.    

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