Nigeria Will Start Producing Airplane Spare Parts - Minister Of Technology, Ogbonnaya Onu

Published On: December 24, 2019, 10:15 am
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Chris Brazz
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Nigeria Minister of Science and Technology, Ogbonnaya Onu, stated that through the Projects Development Institute (PRODA), Nigeria will be able to produce industrial machine spare parts including those of aircraft.

Onu made this declaration on Monday, when he visited the Projects Development Institute (PRODA), Enugu State to inuagurate some projects.

The minister said it was cheering to observe that the institute also shares the diversification agenda of the Federal Government.

He said: “I have seen the progress so far made in this institute but we want them to do more. We want PRODA to be a centre of excellence.”

The minister was happy with the induction furnace project of the institute which has the capacity to produce industrial machines and aircraft spare parts.

He said with the two furnaces, the institute could produce non-ferrous materials including aluminum and stainless steel.

He also challenged the institute to continue its research on the production of lithium batteries with a view to commercialising the findings.

On the pencil production project of the institute, Onu said he was satisfied that production had finally started on the project.

“We have all seen pencils produced by PRODA and this effort is quite commendable,” he said. He also encouraged them to do more and not relent, as Nigeria will gradually attain tecnological Independence.



-- olowoinlionsden (m) at 24-12-2019 10:59AM
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Mr  Minister, please erase the idea of Nigeria producing Air Planespare  parts from your mind. The Country is still aeons away to meet the Requirements of Air Safety.
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-- Osahenogae1 (m) at 24-12-2019 01:08PM
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Quote from: olowoinlionsden on 24-12-2019 01:08PM
Mr  Minister, please erase the idea of Nigeria producing Air Planespare  parts from your mind. The Country is still aeons away to meet the Requirements of Air Safety.
Exactly!
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-- kaposky (m) at 24-12-2019 01:09PM
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USELESS AND STUPID MINISTER, FOR UR MIND ABI.
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-- dopygenius Online (m) at 24-12-2019 01:36PM
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Please Nigerians don't u believe in that big lie
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-- crusita (f) at 24-12-2019 02:27PM
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Really big fools and with what,why is nigeria airways ?idot old man
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-- maizaxx (m) at 24-12-2019 03:35PM
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Why do we like deceiving ourselves?
Innoson motors started producing cars, what law was put in place by the government to ensure the purchase of the cars?
And now we want to start producing plane parts; who will buy?
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-- Wazubia (m) at 24-12-2019 03:59PM
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FOR YR DREAMS ABI YOU THINK SAY AEROPLANE PARTS NA TO DO WITCHCRAFT?
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-- topeaglestar (f) at 25-12-2019 02:13AM
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old he goat
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