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 Baker Hughes Nig Ltd a multi national oil servicing company has donated multi million naira laboratory equipment to the Department of Petroleum Engineering University of Benin UNIBEN The donation was announced in a statement issued by the Public Relations Unit of the university on Friday The company s Team Leader Geoservices Mr Ndokwe Chidi Ndokwe while handing over the equipment said that the gesture was to bridge the gap in training students of the department Ndokwe added that the gesture was in fulfilment of the organisation s corporate social responsibility Receiving the donation UNIBEN Vice Chancellor Prof Lilian Salami lauded the company for the donation which she said would aid teaching and learning Salami said that the university was committed to effective teaching and learning to enable its students to compete favourably with their counterparts globally The vice chancellor called on other public spirited organisations to emulate the gesture The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the equipment include sand content kit pH meter water analysis kit retorts kit and hydrometer NewsSourceCredit NAN
Company donates lab equipment to UNIBEN

Baker Hughes Nig

Baker Hughes Nig. Ltd, a multi-national oil servicing company, has donated multi-million naira laboratory equipment to the Department of Petroleum Engineering, University of Benin (UNIBEN).

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Public Relations Unit

The donation was announced in a statement issued by the Public Relations Unit of the university on Friday.

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Team Leader

The company’s Team Leader, Geoservices, Mr Ndokwe Chidi Ndokwe, while handing over the equipment, said that the gesture was to bridge the gap in  training students of the department.

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Ndokwe added that the gesture was in  fulfilment of the organisation’s corporate social responsibility.

UNIBEN Vice-Chancellor

Receiving the donation, UNIBEN Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Lilian Salami, lauded the company for the donation which, she said, would aid teaching and learning.

Salami said that the university was committed to effective teaching and learning to enable its students to compete favourably with their counterparts globally.

The vice-chancellor called on other public-spirited organisations to emulate the gesture.

News Agency

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the equipment  include sand content kit, pH meter, water analysis kit, retorts kit and hydrometer.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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