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Dorothy Egbe

21 Feb 2018
The Women Empowerment Programme Synergy Scheme (WEPSS) of INTELS Nigeria Limited, has attracted no fewer than 700 women from the target communities.
13 Feb 2018
The Women Empowerment Programme Scheme Synergy (WEPSS) instituted by INTELS Nigeria Limited, in Onne, Rivers State, has continued to attract many women from various parts of the country. WEPSS, a corporate social responsibility initiative of the oil and gas logistics giant, trains rural women in sewing and fashion design for free. Dorothy Egbe is one of…

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