Texaco Nigeria Outer Shelf, a Chevron company, on Tuesday, donated hybrid library to Rimi College, Kaduna to provide teachers and students up to-do date equipment, vital for teaching and learning in the school.
Speaking during the handover of a hybrid library, Director Texaco Nigeria Outer Shelf, (a Chevron company), Mr Richard Kennedy, said several other of the company’s projects across the country are either on going or completed.
Kennedy, said the projects mainly libraries constitute an aspect of the strategic intervention plan of the OML 132 partners in promoting a better life for Nigerians.
He noted that,since 2012, they have built, furnished,equipped and handed-over 10 hybrid libraries to different states of the federation.
Kennedy said:” It is also worthy to note that Chevron has also,through its Agbami asset, implemented Agbami medical and engineering professional scholarships (AMEPS). Ninety-six Kaduna State indigenes have benefited from the Agbami scholarship programme since 2013. Also,102 indigenes of the state have been enjoying the NNPC/Chevron JV scholarships from 2014 to 2017″
We are grateful to the Kaduna State government for all the support we enjoyed in the implementation of this project”
Also speaking, Mr.Roland Ewubare, of the National Petroleum Investment Management Services(NAPIMS), said Rimi College,is borne out of a deliberate effort by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and its OML partners to intervene in human capacity development,a critical sector of the economy.
Ewubare,however,added that apart from professional scholarship,the Agbami parties have also donated chest clinics,science laboratories, and promoted awareness programmes on HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases in several communities across the country.
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