Residents of Ajoki and Ajamimogha communities in Ikpoba-Okha Local Government of Edo State have expressed their readiness to protect Sahara Energy’s facilities and operations amid disruption campaigns planned by neighboring communities.
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Now, young graduates have an opportunity to take that STEP with the Sahara Talent Entrepreneurship Programme – a platform designed for sourcing and empowering young professionals to grow their expertise in a foremost energy conglomerate with operations in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East
Conceived in 2014 to serve as a rallying platform and celebration of Sahara’s diversity, the event represents the energy giant’s commitment to excellence, team work, integrity and professionalism
Like Darwin propounded in his theory of evolution by Natural Selection, species that fail to acquire the abilities [skills] and features for survival or competitiveness in an ever-evolving world will die – commonly referred to as survival of the fittest.
The multinational energy and infrastructure conglomerate is one of the lead sponsors in the first outing of the summit to be staged in West Africa
The winner, Irene Ishengoma, a teacher at St. Anne Marie Academy in Dar-Es-.Salaam, Tanzania, submitted a compelling piece about community-led re-forestation, aptly titled: “Together We Can Overcome Environmental Destruction”
The international energy and infrastructure giant decided to put an eco-conscious spin on the globally celebrated day of lovers by asking its workforce across 15 countries to #GoGreenforValentine
Sheraton Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
Promoted by leading African energy and infrastructure conglomerate, Sahara Group, #AsharamiSpeaks will deploy digital media and a series of panel discussions to bring together key influencers, thought leaders, civil societies and organizations from a cross-section of industries and interests to inspire conversations that address global issues
This is coming ahead of the convention of an elaborate empowerment project by Sahara Tanzania in 2018 that will address how youths can harness their potential and prepare for success as entrepreneurs
The school, which has a celebrated heritage of producing presidents and notable Tanzanians, hitherto experienced a lull in its reading culture due to the dilapidated library