Dr. R.A Adebimpe (B.Eng., M.Sc., M.Eng., Ph.D)
Director of Olusegun Obasanjo Centre for Engineering Innovation
The Olusegun Obasanjo Centre for Engineering Innovation (OOCEI), established as a copy technology centre for the manufacturing of models and prototypes, was formally commissioned on May 16, 2003 by the then Federal Minister of Education. It is a Centre-of-Excellence project established by the Education Tax Fund (ETF) in 2002 with the following broad objectives:
This section is to design, produce and evaluate the performance of stabilizers, inverters, solar chargers, battery chargers, solar street lights, etc of various capacities. They are also involved in repairs and services of electrical and electronic appliances, training of people on domestic and industrial wiring and installation.
Auto Mobile Section The automobile section of the centre is designed in such a way to handle all mechanical repairs and services which include heavy-duty machinery and petrol generators. This section also has engine refurbishing unit.
Machining, Welding and Fabrication Section
This section is known for design, development and production of various agro-allied machines, small and medium industrial machines, fabrication of machine parts/components, general steel works and all sorts of welding operations.
The foundry section is involved in casting of various intricate components and parts for various uses in machine ornaments.
In this section, we are committed to aesthetics of products, surface finish of products and protection against corrosion.
This section is involved in repairs and services of computers, photocopiers of different models and sizes.