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Nigeria: TotalEnergies Expands Information Dissemination at NIS

In fulfillment of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) commitment, TotalEnergies Upstream Nigeria Limited has unveiled a revamped Information Desk at the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) Office situated in Ikoyi, Lagos.

Speaking at the commissioning in Lagos, the company’s Acting General Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Tonye Osifo, said TotalEnergies was committed to the sustainable development of its host regions and people.

She also stated in Nigeria, their approach has been to intervene in the critical areas of the society with initiatives that create the greatest impact, while promoting the realization of the United Nations Sustainable Development goals.

“The aim is to facilitate smooth operation of passport issuance by providing capability for communication to people on the premises and ensure better organisation and security.  We believe that this facility will be put to good use to create a conducive environment for effective information sharing with members of the public and indeed within the NIS.  As a responsible energy company committed to leaving impactful footprints in all regions of our operations, we will continue to contribute meaningfully to societal development,” she stated.

The Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Caroline Adepoju, emphasized the collaboration between NIS and TotalEnergies, highlighting that the support from the company has been ongoing and beneficial.

She underscored the significance of the newly commissioned system, emphasizing its role in reinforcing the importance of security within the environment. She highlighted the crucial role of information dissemination, stating that information is a powerful tool. She further emphasized that any gaps in information can pose a threat to lives.

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