Engr Abraham Osezuah has added a new feather to his cap of attainments. He is now a fellow of the Nigeria Society of Engineers, capping his decades old practice of civil engineering.
This Knight of Saint Mulumba (KSM) is also a fellow of the Nigeria Instituttion of Civil Engineers (FNICE) and Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants (FIMC(
On Wednesday 26th July, 2023, the engineer was conferred with the highest honour in Engineering practice in Nigeria.
Osezuah, according to his biodata, released to Everyday.ng, graduated from the civil engineering department of the University of Benin in 1995, moving on to Enugu State for his compulsoryone year national service.
He adds that he has attended several trainings in Nigeria, USA, UK, and Ghana, among which is a certificate in Project Management from the University of Texas at Austin.
He has worked with the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, Globam Limited, and Nugi Limited. With his wealth of experience from the private and public sectors, he established Empee Engineering Consultants Limited and Treapo Nig Ltd where he is the managing director and chief executive officer (MD and CEO). Both companies, he says, have attained national recognition in Engineering Construction and Consultancy.
Before now, and in addition to his being a triple fellow, has been bestowed a National Leadership award by the National Association of University Students, and awards from the National Association of Northern Nigerian Students, National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies (NANTA), Catholic Women Organization, Holy Rosary Parish, Wuse Zone 2, Abuja, Uromi Wives and Daughters Association, Abuja branch, and many others.
Among others, Engr Abraham Osezuah biodata listed ways in which he has also contributed to the society. They include:
• Facilitating the road construction of Jude Ezehi Avenue, Uromi;
• Facilitating the installation of Solar Street light on Jude Ezehi Avenue, Ebhoijie Community, and the Palace of the Onojie of Uromi;
• Providing food and clothing to the needy in our society yearly since 2011;
• Providing free potable water to his neighbors from his borehole in his country home;
• Paying school fees for several children who were out of school.
He is also a member of several Uromi developmental associations and groups.