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Oil firm employees provide relief materials for 240 families


About two hundred and forty families in Emu-Ebendo, Obodo Ugwa-Ogume and Utagba Ogbe, Kwale in Ndokwa West local government areas of Delta State as well as indigent residents at Aboki estate Ikate, and Alayabiagba town in Ajegunle Lagos State have benefited from the Energia Limited Employees scheme.

The indigenous oil exploration and producing company and its employees respectively reached out to the most vulnerable persons in its operating communities with the palliatives, noting that they understand the times and have remained steadfast in their commitment to fighting this global pandemic and its impact on humanity.


This was contained in a press release by the company’s Chief Corporate Affairs officer, Winifred Mena-Ajakpovi, after leading a team to beneficiaries’ homes with the relief materials.

She further said the goodwill is in addition to the contribution by Energia Limited in conjunction with its JV partner OPDC, to support government’s effort in fighting the pandemic.

At Obodo Ugwa, one of the host communities, the Chairman, Community Development Committee, CDC, Anslem Oyibo, expressing appreciation for the gesture, urging others to emulate.

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