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Chevron, JOA Donates 12,000 Books to Delta, Ondo States

—Supporting education is our crucial call — Esimaje

—We work to prime and position the youths — Haastrup

A foremost observer of  Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the Oil and Gas sector, Chevron Nigeria Limited, CNL, in partnership with the Jewels of Africa Foundations (JOA) have recently donated over 12,000 books on Science, Mathematics as well as the English language to thirty-seven (37) public schools in Delta and Ondo States.

This was contained in a release dated Thursday 28th September 2017, signed by Esimaje Brikinn, General Manager, Policy Government & Public Affairs, Chevron Nigeria Limited and made available to GbaramatuVoice.

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The GM, Policy, Government and Public Affairs, CNL  – Mr. Esimaje Brikinn represented by Mr. Egbuedo handing over the books to one of the school Principals.

 

Details, as contained in the release, shows that Sixteen (16) of the schools that benefitted from the donation are located in the Warri North, Warri South and Warri South-West Local Government Areas of Delta State; while twenty-one (21) are located in the Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo State.

According to Esimaje Brikinn, the donation is in line with the NNPC/CNL JV’s Tradition of Care which includes a robust support for quality education in the pursuit of its social investment obligations.

He further stressed that Chevron views education as a crucial social service that needs inclusive support.

 

In the same vein, Deji Haastrup, Executive Director of Jewels of Africa Foundations (Africa Chapter) explained that the book donation project was inspired by Mrs. Lara Gureje Oderinde, President, and Founder of JOA.

According to him, JOA partnered with CNL on the book donation because the aim of his organization is “to reach out and begin to engage African youths through education by equipping them with skills, opportunities, tools, resources, and abilities that would help transform their lives and make them what they should be.”

Continuing he said, “we work to prime and position the youth to be future leaders and agents of change in a rapidly changing world, and help them stay relevant in the 21st century.”

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The Executive Director, Jewels of Africa Foundations (Africa Chapter) -Mr. Deji Haastrup handing over one of the books to Dr. Mrs. D.I. Oke – Principal of Iluemeje Community Grammar School, Mahintedo.

Brikinn further stated that CNL was very pleased to have partnered with several state governments in Nigeria over the years; including Ondo and Delta States Governments, in adding value to people’s lives in the areas of Education, Health and Economic Development.

He iterated that between 2007 and 2016, over 15,900 undergraduates and secondary school students from Ondo and Delta States have benefitted from CNL’s scholarships. These include visually impaired & physically challenged students.

It could be recalled that Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL), has always occupied the front position when it comes to CSR activities in Nigeria.

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