Members of the Nigerian Institution of Mechanical Engineering (NIMechE) have initiated steps towards making engineering more problem-solving in the country. This, they said would be more effective by reviewing engineering curriculum in Nigeria’s schools. Participants at the maiden edition of stakeholders’ roundtable, organised recently by NIMechE in Abuja, said the developmental and economic revolutions expected through engineering should start by reviewing engineering curriculum. In his keynote speech, Engr. Otis Anyaeji, the past National President of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, noted that engineering skills can be harnessed to build the country’s systems.