Following the oil spill from one of its facilities in Bayelsa State, Aiteo, an indigenous oil company has rushed over to the affected community some palliative items to cushion the adverse effects of the spill as well as for the Christmas festivities.
The palliatives were handed over to the community by Chief Andrew Oru, Aiteo’s Global Group Director/Co-ordinator, Asset Protection/Security Services/Community Matters after an earlier courtesy call on His Royal Majesty, King Dr. Biobelemoye Josiah, Ogbodo V111, Amanyanabo of Opu Nembe Kingdom by a team of Aiteo officials led by Chief Oru.
Some of the items delivered to the community include 200 bags of rice, 100 bags of garri, 50 bags of beans, 200 bunches of plantain, 200 tubers of yam, 200 cartons of indomie noodles, 200 cartons of chicken, 500 cartons of water, groundnut oil, palm oil, toilet paper, seasoning, salt, blood pressure machines and salt testing kits.
The Aiteo team stressed that the items were part of the company’s emergency response to the spill, assuring that they would do more. The community expressed appreciation for the prompt delivery of the items.