Port Harcourt — A group known as Ekpeye Oil and Gas Pipelines Host Families Association, says it is determined to end years of neglect by oil multinationals operating in Ekpeye Land, Rivers State.
Ekpeye ethnic nationality in Rivers State cut across Ahoada East and Ahoada West Local Government Areas of the state, and plays host to several oil and gas facilities operated by SPDC, TEPNG, NAOC, NDPR, amongst other indigenous oil firms.
Chairman of the group, Chidi Dogini, said this while unveiling its planned Community Sensitization Campaign for 2020.
Dogini said the campaign was aimed at fostering the relationship between the oil companies and host communities, through mutual understanding, that is anchored on manpower development.
He explained that the 2020 campaign, is tagged, “Protecting Oil and Gas Facilities In Ekpeye Land” with the sub theme, “Participating in government, oil and gas sector empowerment schemes.”
The group leader tasked stakeholders to avail themselves of the opportunity that will be presented by EOG organised sensitization campaign to contribute their quotas in developing Ekpeye land.