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Total boosts team Nigeria ahead international powerlifting championships


External Relations Manager, Total E&P Nigeria Limited, Mr. Charles Ebereonwu; Head, Brand Management and Sustainability Corporate Communications, Heritage Bank, Ozena Utulu; Finance & Admin Manager, Lagace EPC Power Projects, Joseph Uboh; and President, Para-Power Lifting of Nigeria, Mrs. Queen Uboh, during the conference for the International Para-Power lifting Championships

The External Relations Manager, Total E&P Nigeria Limited, Mr. Charles Ebereonwu says the firm is behind the country’s quest for success at the forthcoming International Powerlifting Championships billed to hold in Lagos from January 24 to 30, 2019.

Ebereonwu said that the firm and its senior partner, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) are fully dedicated to the physically challenged athletes’ desire to be useful to their environment, adding, “as a company, we have a time dedicated fully to giving a sense of belonging to those of us who are challenged in one form or the other.

“But beyond giving them hope, we also want to encourage, develop them health wise. We want them to earn reasonable income without dependency on hangouts.“The president of the Nigeria Para-Powerlifting Federation and her team have done well and that is why Total Oil and its senior partner, the NNPC find it important to support this initiative and that is why we are here.

“We are committed to the provision of critical equipment, cash, and media support in every other form we can help the Para-Power lifting of Nigeria that has been putting Nigeria’s name not only on the Commonwealth’s map but on the world as well,” he said. Ebereonwu added: “We also want to commend the president of the federation and assure her of our support and that of our senior partner, the NNPC’s commitment. Anytime you call on us, we will always be there for you.”

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