On Sunday, the Nigerian Ambassador to Jordan, Farouk Malami Yabo, said nigeria is seeking to benefit from Jordanian engineering expertise at all levels, during the Young Engineers Conference (YEC).
Yabo pointed out that the market in Nigeria is “promising” for the Jordanian engineering sector, adding that their relevant authorities will invite Jordan Engineers Association (JEA) to visit Abuja at the end of March.
Both parties will sign an agreement to facilitate ways to benefit from Jordanian engineering expertise in Nigeria at all levels, he added.
He expressed his keenness to hold a Jordanian-Nigerian engineering exhibition during a JEA delegation’s visit to Abuja, to network the two countries’ engineering companies.
JEA president, Ahmed Zoubi, said the association has expanded its training and employment programs, created a fund to enhance their budget and prepared an action plan based on scientific criteria to run and implement training programs for Jordanian engineers to work in Germany.
At this point, a number of Jordanian engineers have reached the final stage of interviews with German operators, he noted.
Acording to Zoubi, JEA has gone a long way in coordinating with partners in local and international institutions, especially with regard to the African, Canadian and American markets.
The aim of benefiting from Jordanian engineering competencies and services.
Source: Petra News