INVITATION TO THE 16TH HERBERT MACAULAY MEMORIAL LECTURE (HMML)
The 16th edition of the Herbert Macaulay Memorial Lecture (HMML) has been scheduled to hold from Friday 01 to Sunday 03 July, 2016.
Theme: REVIEW AND GAINS OF THE POWER SECTOR REFORM IN NIGERIA
Other details are as follows:
FRIDAY 01 JULY 2016: HMML SYMPOSIUM
Time: 11.00 am
Venue: Faculty of Engineering Lecture Theatre
Topic: Power availability and its potential for improving automotive manufacturing in Nigeria
Symposium Speaker: Aminu Jalal
Director-General, National Automotive Council, Abuja
Chairman: Engr. Prof. F. I. Idike
Vice-Chancellor, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki
SATURDAY 02 JULY 2016: HMML EVENT
Venue: Princess Alexandria Auditorium (PAA)
Topic: REVIEW AND GAINS OF THE POWER SECTOR REFORM IN NIGERIA
HMML Lecturer: Engr. Michael Uzoigwe, Group Leader Generation, Sahara Power Group. Former MD/CEO, Egbin Power Station, Lagos
Keynote Address Presenter: Engr. Louis Edozien, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Power, Abuja
Chairman: Engr. Otis Anyaeji, National President of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE)
Chief Host: Professor Benjamin Chukwuma Ozumba, Vice-Chancellor, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
SUNDAY 03 JULY 2016: THANKSGIVING SERVICE
Venue: Christ Church Chapel, UNN
The Lecture is a biennial event organized in honour of Herbert Heelas Macaulay, the father of Nigerian Nationalism and a pioneer Engineer, Surveyor and Architect.
Some of the past lecturers include: Dr. Alex Ekwueme; Prof. G.O. Ezekwe; and Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo, Engr. Emeka Ezeh. Some past Chairmen include: HRH, Engr. IRE Iweka II, Igwe Obosi; Engr. M.A. Manafa; Bashorun MKO Abiola; Engr. V.J. Maduka; among others. Some past Keynote Speakers include: Dr. Michael I. Okpara; Mr. Solomon D. Lar; Engr. Prof. P.A. Kuale; Engr. N.V. Ozobia; Engr. John Obinna Chukwu among others.
The Dean, Staff and Students of the Faculty of Engineering, University of Nigeria, Nsukka cordially invite you to attend the 16th HMML.
Engr. Prof. Samuel O. Enibe
Dean, Faculty of Engineering