Port Harcourt — An oil servicing firm, Kenyon International West Africa Limited has renovated some sections of the Navy Secondary School in Borokiri, Port Harcourt City Local Government Area of Rivers State.
Chief Executive Officer of Kenyon International West Africa Limited and founder, Victor-Helen Foundation, Dr Victor Ekpenyong, said the gesture was part of the organisation’s policy of supporting education in the society.
Ekpeyong in a statement by the Corporate Communications Coordinator at Kenyon International West Africa Limited, Ms Jennifer Amadi, disclosed that the renovation was a display of his commitment to education and community impact.
According to the statement, Victor-Helen Foundation has sponsored a transformative initiative at Navy Secondary School, Borokiri, Port Harcourt, which saw the renovation and equipment of the administrative block of the institution
The unveiling ceremony of the facility was witnessed by Hon. Ahmed Olufemi, Chairman of the school’s Parents Teachers Association, and Captain I. A. Gambo, the school’s Commandant, students, amongst others.
The statement quoted Gambo as saying that the gesture came at a time the school was in dire need as the facility was dilapidated and applauded the company for the support.
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Ekpenyong noted that he has a vision of educational support which includes secondary and tertiary scholarships to indigent students.
The Kenyon boss noted that the ceremony marked a significant milestone, showcasing the foundation’s dedication to leaving a lasting positive imprint on the society has become a culture in Victor-Helen Foundation
“The Victor-Helen Foundation continues to push boundaries, actively seeking opportunities to make a meaningful impact in society.
“Dr. Ekpenyong’s leadership reflects the collective dedication to contributing positively to the communities.
“This is marking a transformative chapter in the school’s journey towards educational excellence,” the statement said.