N-Delta Youths commend Brittania-U Boss, Ifejika over empowerment, community development

Youths across the Niger Delta and stakeholders in the region have commended the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of


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N-Delta Youths commend Brittania-U Boss, Ifejika over empowerment, community development
Mrs. Catherine Uju Ifejika

Youths across the Niger Delta and stakeholders in the region have commended the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Brittania-U Nigeria Limited, Mrs. Catherine Uju Ifejika, for her laudable contributions toward human capital development, youths’ empowerment and community development.

The commendation  was made known Thursday, February 1 in Warri, Delta State, in a statement issued by the Niger Delta Oil Communities’ Agenda, NIDOCA, which was signed by its National Secretary, Comrade Emma Akpovoka.

The group noted that Brittania-U Nigeria Limited, an indigenous oil exploration firm has given immense support and financial contributions to youth empowerment, transformed the lives of several youths as well as created employment for youths to promote peace and security in Delta State and Niger Delta in general.

The statement reads inter alia, “even the host community, Ogulagha community, where Brittania-U is operating would attest to the various laudable human capital and infrastructural development the company has initiated and accomplished in the community, including giving financial assistance, execution of educational and developmental projects, job creation for youths, vocational training and accommodation for the elderly.”

The group further said “   it is worth commending and emulating that an indigenous firm like Brittania-U has very laudable and robust policies for the betterment of its host communities, this is a wake-up call on the Federal Government of Nigerian to patronize, support and encourage indigenous firms in the oil sector”.

 


Victory Ejoh
Special Duties Correspondent of Fresh Angle International Newspaper. I am a graduate of Mass Communication from Nigeria Institute of Journalism,NIJ,Lagos.
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