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Published On: Wed, Nov 20th, 2019

Ogun hosts 2019 survey coordination – OSGoF

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By Ochiaka Ugwu

Ogun State Governor, Mr. Dapo Abiodun is expected to host the 2019 Survey Coordination with the theme, “Survey and Mapping for Sustainable Infrastructure Development and Good Governance” the Office of the Surveyor General of the Federation (OSGoF) has announced.
In a statement released by the Office in Abuja yesterday and its Head of Press and Public Relations, Mr. Abu I. Micheal it noted that Director of Survey Coordination, Office of the Surveyor General of the Federation (OSGoF), Surveyor Uzoma A. Godwin who is the Chairman of the Planning Committee, said that Ogun has in records, the highest number of surveyors in the country, and the plan to hold the survey coordination from 2nd – 6th of December 2019 in Abeokuta would remain a blessing to the country.
According the statement, “Arrangements for the success of the 2019 survey coordination is in top gear. We have been interacting with relevant officials of the Ogun State Government and we hopefully expect the final nod of His Excellency, Governor Dapo Abiodun for us to begin to move things over”, Godwin said.
“Survey Coordination is in the concurrent list anticipating the coming together of all the Surveyor Generals in the 36 states to meet annually with reports of their activities for easy coordination according to its establishing act.
“Institutions in the country offering surveying courses are also expected to present reports as well.
“Participants at the survey coordination would be brainstorming on various papers that would be presented by scholars and experts and one major idea being promoted by the OSGoF that all would be looking into is the development of the National Integrated Geo-spatial Information System (NIGIS) that would aid robust security system and the activities of all sectors of the economy.

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