The Star Deepwater Petroleum Limited (a Chevron Company) and all the parties in the Agbami Field, Famfa oil Limited, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Statoil Nigeria Limited and PetroleoBrasileriro Nigeria Limited, on Monday in Jos disclosed that they have so far invested over N8.4 billion in the Agbami Medical and Engineering Professional Scholarships (AMEPS) in Nigeria, The Guardian reports.
The Director, Star Deepwater Petroleum Limited, Richard Kennedy, disclosed this during the handing over of a science laboratory to Government Secondary School, Shendam, Plateau State, worth millions of naira.
Represented by Mr. Michael Kabi, Manager, Policy, Government and Public Affairs Department, Chevron Nigeria Limited, Kennedy said that the event represented the commitment of the Agbami parties to supporting government’s efforts in improving the quality of education in Nigeria.
According to Kennedy, the science laboratory is expected to have a huge impact on the students because it will provide the teachers and the students with up-to-date science laboratory equipment for easy teaching and learning of the sciences in the school.
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