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Professional Surveyors Urged To Drive Innovative, Progressive Change In Nigeria

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The Honourable Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Arc Ahmad Musa Dangiwa, has called on professional surveyors in  Nigeria to use their expertise to drive innovation, progress and positive change in the country.
This was contained in a press Statement signed by Adamu Abdullahi, Senior Media Adviser to the Hon. Minister of state, Housing and Urban Development and made available to Viewfinder in Abuja on Thursday.
Arc Dangiwa who was represented by the Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development Abdullahi Tijjani Muhammad Gwarzo, made the call during the formal induction of 458 new surveyors hseld at Chida Hotel, Jabi, Abuja on Thursday. He said the induction represents a moment of great pride to the esteemed profession.
The Minister advised the new surveyors that while navigating the challenges and opportunities ahead should keep in mind the principles of excellence and teamwork to achieve common goals as the profession is a service to society.
He enjoined the senior colleagues and allied professional in the geospatial industry to inspire, motivate, and encourage the newly inducted surveyors as they embark on the vital task of shaping our built environment.
“Your role as Surveyors is crucial in ensuring the integrity, safety, and sustainability of our communities because Surveying is ubiquitous.” The Minister stated.
Earlier, the Surveyor General of the Federation, Surveyor Abuduganiyu Adeyemi, had said surveying is considered a silent profession and plays a pivotal role in the sustainable development, territorial integrity and economic prosperity of any nation.
The Surveyor General urged the newly inducted surveyors to be lifelong learners
and be ambassadors of change who always advocate for progress and custodians of Nigerian’s Geospatial heritage.


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