BY ISRAEL BULUS, KADUNA
In continuation of its 50th-anniversary celebration, the Kaduna State chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Architecture (NIA), had on Tuesday erected signages in four major locations in Kaduna metropolis to forestall spade of accidents.
According to the Chairman of the state chapter of NIA, Arc. Samuel Obaje, said the signages erected in Kaduna town metropolis was part of the organisation’s 50th-anniversary celebration and its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to the society.”
He added that the significance of the activities being embarked on by NIA in the state is to contribute positively to the development of the state and to also create awareness that the organisation is already 50 years in existence in the state.
” As architects we feel is a responsibility for us to erect signaries to reduce the rising spade of accidents in the city. The prevailing rates of accidents in the city are alarming. The signaries will help reduce accidents and guide those coming to the city for directions.
” The exercise was also part of the activities to mark 50 years of our existence in Kaduna state, adding the organisation undertook many activities were it unveiled its logo, held lectures, exhibitions, and presented gifts to outstanding colleagues.
While commenting on collapse of structures, he advise the public to always engage professional in order to have a quality job.
PUNCH reports that the signages were erected in Lugard Hall Roundabout, NEPA Roundabout, Stadium Roundabout and Naira roundabouts.