Response to alleged exclusion of NAIG from Plant Operators recruitment process

A group under the aegis of the National Association of Itsekiri Graduates has accused Chevron of excluding communities close to its


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Response to alleged exclusion of NAIG from Plant Operators recruitment process

A group under the aegis of the National Association of Itsekiri Graduates has accused Chevron of excluding communities close to its operations from recent recruitment of Plant Operators. Is it true?

CNL is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of ethnicity, race, religion, colour, age, gender, disability or any other basis. Employment into the company is based on merit with special attention given to our areas of operation.

CNL’s effort to sponsor eligible trainees for the Operations and Maintenance Vocational Training Program was aimed at developing the skills and capacities of the trainees so they would become more competitive in the Nigerian economy. CNL did not represent or guarantee that it would hire the trainees at the time of graduation from the program

CNL reiterates its commitment, within available resources and opportunities, to continue working with its community stakeholders and other partners to maintain peace and contribute positively to sustainable community and socio-economic development, through its social investment programs in the communities where it operates and nationwide. 


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