Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc, a leading indigenous independent oil and gas company, has come to the rescue to Imo citizens recently affected by the many incidents of flooding that befell the state.
The company donated a truckload of relief materials worth millions of naira to displaced victims of the 15 communities affected by the natural disaster.
The oil-producing local government areas of Ohaji Egbema and Oguta were severely affected especially Mmahu, Etekuru, Obiaakpu, Abor, Oguta I and II, Ezi Orsu, Orsu Obodo, Umuorji, Abacheke, amongst others.
The State Governor, Emeka Ihedioha CON, who received the company with his Deputy, Hon. Gerald Irona and other top government functionaries welcomed Seplat’s kind gesture saying the state government appreciates SEPLAT’s sense of collaboration and fulfilment of its corporate social responsibility.
He assured the company that Imo state will continue to provide an enabling environment for a continued robust partnership
In response Dr Chioma Nwachuku (above), General Manager External Affairs and Communications, SEPLAT, while presenting the relief items comprising bags of rice, mattresses, groundnut oil and mosquito nets, said the Company is happy to complement the efforts of the Imo State government in providing succour to the displaced victims of the flood with its donation.