Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc, the administrator of the NPDC/SEPLAT Joint Venture resources, OMLs 4, 38 and 41 has gone into association with Sapele-Okpe Community to extend admittance to subjective advanced education with the charging of the National Open University of Nigeria, Sapele Teaching Center, in Delta State.
The undertaking and the accreditation of the middle, as contained in an explanation gave by Seplat on Tuesday, is esteemed at N126m.
Talking at the dispatching service, the Chief Executive Officer, SEPLAT, Roger Brown said that schooling is vital to monetary, political and social elements of the general public.
He recognized the local area for helping out the organization in the determination and execution of the task.
He said that the Teaching Center will make training accessible and near the populace both in the rustic or metropolitan regions of Sapele, Ethiope West and Okpe Local Government Areas and the environs.
He said, “Admittance to quality open and distance schooling in Sapele will support the nearby economy and altogether lessen the expense of admittance to quality instruction.
“SEPLAT remains exceptionally dedicated to giving freedoms to more noteworthy instructive advancement for its host networks and Nigeria on the loose.
“With the dispatching of the middle, SEPLAT in organization with its host local area, Sapele, is assisting the country with accomplishing Goal 4 of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals which is centered around guaranteeing comprehensive and evenhanded quality schooling and advancing long lasting learning openings for all.”
He clarified that quality training is a vital device for improving the possibilities of higher pay levels for people, and for the monetary development of nearby networks, states and the country.
Talking further, Brown noticed that every year, the NPDC/SEPLAT JV puts millions in training programs, looking to give the advantages of value schooling to the networks where it work.
The middle was charged by NOUN Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Abdalla Adamu, who was addressed by the Deputy VC (Academics), Professor Uduma Oji Uduma.