Chevron Commissions Six-classrooms Block, Other Facilities In Delta

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HRM Ovie unveiling NNPC/Chevron Joint Venture, (NCJV) donation and commissioning of a Six-Classroom Block in Aruakpor-Umah community, in Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State.

By ONYEKACHUKWU MELUWA, Warri

The NNPC/Chevron Joint Venture, (NCJV) has donated and commissioned a Six-Classroom Block in Aruakpor-Umah community, in Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State.

This is as part of its efforts to improve education and welfare of its operational areas, Oil Giant, Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) commissioned the six classrooms block over the weekend.

The project was funded by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation/Chevron Joint Venture (NNPC/CNL), in collaboration with the State Government.

The six classrooms block was commissioned for the use of  pupils of Abe 1 primary school in the community.

The education project was executed under a Project Specific Agreement (PSA) basis by the community.

Constructed alongside the six classrooms are eight toilets and an office for staff.

It was learnt that the contract was said, to have been awarded by the community to one of its own, Pyrammidt Company Nigeria Limited, in December 2017

Also Speaking at the occasion, CNL’s general manager, Policy, Government and Public Affairs (PGPA), Esimaje Brikinn, stated that “the project was one of the social investments made by the NNPC/CNL JV to improve the welfare of the people in its areas of operations and beyond.

Brikinn, was represented by the area manager, PGPA Field Operations, Mr Sam Daibo, said “through partnership with the government of Delta State as well as community stakeholders, we have been adding significant values to people’s lives through our Corporate Responsibility and Community Engagement initiatives.

“This is the trail of goodness we leave behind in every community where we operate.

“Thanks to the Delta state government and the community leadership for creating the enabling environment for the completion of the project.

On his part, the Ovie of Uvwie Kingdom, HRM Emmanuel Ekemejewa Sideso (JP), Abe 1, said, “l urged well meaning Nigerians, as well as other corporate institutions to emulate the gesture in their host communities”.

Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, represented by the Chief Inspector of Education, Uvwie LGA, Mrs. Jane Awoyinka, commence the NNPC/CNL joint venture “for not relenting on its efforts to execute its social responsibility programmes,” especially in the area of providing educational support.

The event saw traditional performances by pupils of the school, had political and traditional leaders including, the Chairman, Uvwie LGA, Hon. Ramson Onoyake, Chairman Aruakpor-Umah community, Prince Emmannuel Enewe, in attendance.

A pupil simply identified as Omasan Ofenor, who spoke on behalf of the school,  said “the project will create a more conducive environment for teaching and learning, for teachers and pupils of Abe 1 Primary School”.

Other projects sponsored by the NNPC/CNL JV for communities around CNL’s Warri office include the Ekpan Women Development Center, E-Library, Ubeji, Mother and Child Hospital in Sapele, the Aruakpor-Umah Road Electricity project, commissioned Solar Powered Water projects in Edjeba and Osubi communities respectively.

Chevron commissions six-classrooms block, other facilities to improve education in Delta

Onyekachukwu Meluwa, Warri

The NNPC/Chevron Joint Venture, (NCJV) has donated and commissiond
a Six-Classroom Block in Aruakpor-Umah community, in Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State.

As part of efforts to improve education and welfare of its operational areas, Oil Giant, Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) commissioned the six classrooms block over the weekend.

The project was funded by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation/Chevron Joint Venture (NNPC/CNL), in collaboration with the State Government.

The six classrooms block was commissioned for the use of  pupils of Abe 1 primary school in the community.

The education project was executed under a Project Specific Agreement (PSA) basis by the community.

Constructed alongside the six classrooms are eight toilets and an office for staff.

It was learnt that the contract was said, to have been awarded by the community to one of its own, Pyrammidt Company Nigeria Limited, in December 2017

Also Speaking at the occasion, CNL’s general manager, Policy, Government and Public Affairs (PGPA), Esimaje Brikinn, stated that “the project was one of the social investments made by the NNPC/CNL JV to improve the welfare of the people in its areas of operations and beyond.

Brikinn, was represented by the area manager, PGPA Field Operations, Mr Sam Daibo, said “through partnership with the government of Delta State as well as community stakeholders, we have been adding significant values to people’s lives through our Corporate Responsibility and Community Engagement initiatives.

“This is the trail of goodness we leave behind in every community where we operate.

“Thanks to the Delta state government and the community leadership for creating the enabling environment for the completion of the project.

On his part, the Ovie of Uvwie Kingdom, HRM Emmanuel Ekemejewa Sideso (JP), Abe 1, said, “l urged well meaning Nigerians, as well as other corporate institutions to emulate the gesture in their host communities”.

Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, represented by the Chief Inspector of Education, Uvwie LGA, Mrs. Jane Awoyinka, commence the NNPC/CNL joint venture “for not relenting on its efforts to execute its social responsibility programmes,” especially in the area of providing educational support.

The event saw traditional performances by pupils of the school, had political and traditional leaders including, the Chairman, Uvwie LGA, Hon. Ramson Onoyake, Chairman Aruakpor-Umah community, Prince Emmannuel Enewe, in attendance.

A pupil simply identified as Omasan Ofenor, who spoke on behalf of the school,  said “the project will create a more conducive environment for teaching and learning, for teachers and pupils of Abe 1 Primary School”.

Other projects sponsored by the NNPC/CNL JV for communities around CNL’s Warri office include the Ekpan Women Development Center, E-Library, Ubeji, Mother and Child Hospital in Sapele, the Aruakpor-Umah Road Electricity project, commissioned Solar Powered Water projects in Edjeba and Osubi communities respectively.

Other projects sponsored by the NNPC/CNL JV for communities around CNL’s Warri office include the Ekpan Women Development Center, E-Library, Ubeji, Mother and Child Hospital in Sapele, the Aruakpor-Umah Road Electricity project, commissioned Solar Powered Water projects in Edjeba and Osubi communities respectively.

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