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IEI reaches out to Heritage Orphanage


THE Management of International Energy Insurance Plc demonstrated social empathy towards the less privileged at the weekend by visiting the Heritage Homes  Orphanage, assuring the children that there is still hope for the future.

Giving hope to the less privileged is part of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility activities which stem from its core business values of Friendliness and Dependability.

  Led by Dele Oyetunji, (Group Head Business Development), the four man team of IEI presented food items, toiletries and other house hold items to the home, located at Anthony Village, Lagos. On same day, the team also visited a second orphanage, Modupe Cole Memorial Child Care & Treatment Home, located at Akoka, Lagos.  Dele said that this social act is an emotional disposition towards the less privileged, to give them hope, irrespective of their conditions. It is an extension of the company’s social activities done all year round. The action goes in line with the company’s equity statement…the energy to care.

 On the CSR front, IEI has been an astute executor of many social investment initiatives, having made contributions to the various sectors of the Nigerian society. The company has partnered with Fight Against Desert Encroachment (FADE), an NGO recognized by the United Nations, in curbing the effects of the Sahara desert on remote villages in Kano and other places.

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