Don't engage quack engineers – Engineering Council warns public – Citi Business News
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Don't engage quack engineers – Engineering Council warns public – Citi Business News


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The Engineering Council has admonished the public to refrain from engaging the services of engineering professionals not registered under the Council.

The council is mandated to open a number of engineering registers within all spheres of engineering and regulate the practices of engineers across the country.

The Acting Council chair further reiterated the call for the public to only engage the services of professionally certified engineers.


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