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NIGERIAN NAVY ON COURTESY VISIT TO IBOM POWER

The newly appointed Commander of the Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) Jubilee, Commodore DA Adeniran  led his team of naval officers on a courtesy visit to Ibom Power Company Limited yesterday.

Commodore Adeniran said the visit was in furtherance of the mutually beneficial relationship between Ibom power and NNS Jubilee in Ikot Abasi.

The Commander said, “The availability of power supply is synonymous with development therefore, constant power supply is needed for a secured environment. We are here to collaborate with Ibom power to ensure a secured environment and sustain the development in Akwa Ibom State”.

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In response, the Managing Director of Ibom Power Company Limited, Dr. Victor Udo, who received the delegation, commended the Commander and his team for their gesture.

He reiterated that security is pivotal to development hence the reason the Akwa Ibom State Government has provided the enabling environment for industries to thrive in the state.

The MD said on its own part, “Ibom power is working very hard to build the necessary competency for sustainable development by allocating 10% of its staff working hours to training”.

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MICHAEL DADA

Michael Dada is the media/publicity officer at Ibom Power Company Limited. He is a graduate of Journalism from Lagos State University School of Communication. He did internship at The Nation newspaper and Voice of Nigeria. He has a Digital Marketing Master Class certificate from Wild Fusion Digital and a certificate in WordPress web design from Spring Light Technology. He holds a Competence in Writing and Speaking certificate from the School of Media and Communication, Pan Atlantic University. He has a post-graduate certificate in Advanced Writing and Reporting Skills from the School of Media and Communication. He is an associate of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations and an alumnus of Pan Atlantic University.

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