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Total Empowers 90 Youths In Kaduna

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Total Nigeria has said it has empowered about 90 Nigerian youths since it started its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme in 2008 for its host communities.

The managing director who made the disclosure Thursday in Kaduna during the presentation of starter packs to the skill acquisition program beneficiaries of the 2016/2017  batch who numbered 20, said, “our societal approach to CSR aims at building strong relationships with our stakeholders through structured and constructive dialogue, and addressing the identified needs from our shared perspectives.”

He said, the essence is to help better the understanding of the host communities expectations and where legitimate meet them, stressing that “capacity building provides more sustainable contributions to economic and social development of  people and communities, than support to investments or running cost. It is on this premise and in line with our Group policy on support to local and socio-economic development, that Total Nigeria Plc deployed the Skills Acquisition Program (SAP) in its host communities which includes Kaduna” he said.

Mr Torres further disclosed that graduands of the program went through a screening and pre-selection process prior to their placements in certified training centres, adding that training materials and allowances are provided for them and their trainers to ensure that they are well equipped with necessary learning tools.

The managing director represented by the General Manager (HR&CS/Company Secretary) Mrs A.O Popoola-Mordi, reiterated Total Nigeria plc’s continued efforts to achieve its shared ambition of sustainable development for its communities. He employed the graduates to remain focused in their ambition to become achievers in their different vocations, whilst hard to contribute positively in their communities.

Part of the benefits given to the graduating youths made up of both male and females selected from Makera and Kakuri in Kaduna South local government area of the state, include payment of two years shop rent for each of the beneficiaries, starter packs including: a pressing iron, Singer industrial design machine, Brother sewing machines, Ambro weaving machines, Industrial sewing scissor, measuring tape, sewing thread, machine oil, set of sewing needle, Elepaq 3KVA generator were presented to each graduate of fashion design.

Graduands of welding and fabrication were presented items including: welding machine 500amps; filing machine; table drilling machine; set of gas cylinder; accessories for gas, spindle, guage, hose; 12KVA

diesel generator; safety water, helmet, boot, mask and overall; vice

and clamp; rub it machine; work table; general workshop tool, caliper,

punch, hammer and disc; tool box; first aid box; fire extinguisher;

welding tong and cable; jack, chain block; electrode; leather hand

glove; welding shield for electric welding; welding goggle; standard

overall branded with Total logo; leather apron and grinding goggle.

Each graduands of computer studies/engineering on their part were

presented including: complete set of full multimedia, internet and LAN

ready computer system; coloured printer; UPS; stabiliser; binding

machine; scanner; laminating machine; Excel/MS Access/Visal Basic &

Publisher; Cutter; Extension wire box; heavy duty stapler; generator

and industrial photocopying machine.

Earlier, Kaduna state Governor, Malam Nasir el-Rufai represented by

his commissioner of Youths, Sports and culture, Daniel Dan Auta

commended the management of Total Nigeria PLC and expressed

government’s readiness to partner in such empowerment.



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