Youth Entrepreneurship, Education, Key To Poverty Eradication, Says Total Energies
Oil giant, TotalEnergies, has said that education, youth entrepreneurship and inclusion are key to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development
Executive general manager, Total Country Services, Mrs Bunmi Popoola-Mordi, said this during a virtual news briefing on Friday.Popoola-Mordi assured that Total Nigeria Plc would continue to contribute to national development and attainment of the SDGs through its various corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes across the country.
She said the CSR support was being driven by four pillars namely: road safety, youth inclusion, cultural dialogue and heritage as well as activities on climate change, coastal areas and oceans.According to her, Total’s recent transition to TotalEnergies had positioned the company to become one of the dominant players in renewables.
ADVERTISEMENTShe disclosed that a proposal would soon be tabled to its Nigeria shareholders to change its operating name in the country to TotalEnergies Marketing Nigeria Plc in line with the current realities.On his part, Mr Charles Ebereonwu, Country Communications Manager, Total Companies in Nigeria, said the intervention of the private sector in national development could not be overemphasised. headtopics.comRead more: LEADERSHIP Newspaper »
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