By Okechukwu Onuegbu Anambra State Governor, Chief Willie Obiano, has said his administration would never relent in supporting indigenous engineers in driving the state infrastructural development and technology. Obiano, who disclosed this at inauguration of twelfth Chairman and other new executives of Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE), Awka branch, explained that the state government has constantly maintained good partnership with engineers. The governor represented by the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Anambra State Housing Development Corporation, Architect Willie Okafor, opined that engineering profession was one of major contributors to success of its administration. According to him, the administration would not only support the new executive to succeed but also support them to establish Engineering Training Centre in Anambra state which would help to uplift the profession in Anambra. Speaking also, the new branch Chairman, Engr. Odinaka Victor Okonkwo assured that his tenure would among other things focus on professional competence and development of members through technical supports, workshops, training and retraining of members. Earlier, the immediate past Chairman of the branch, Engineer Martin Agbili, who attested to the capability of his successor, urged members to give him maximum support. The event featured awards and recognition to some deserving citizens including Architect Willie Okafor, Hon. Ejimofor Ebele, among others.