Total Exploration and Production of Nigeria (TEPNG) yesterday assured its host communities in Rivers State of prompt release of funds to implement the company’s responsibility in the new Memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed with them. Total’s Deputy Managing Director (DMD), Port Harcourt District, Francois Le Cocq, spoke during the signing of the MOU with Rumuogba and Rumuji communities of Obio/ Akpor and Emohua local governments in Port Harcourt.
Le Cocq, who was represented by a company official, Okechukwu Obara, said the company attached importance to the agreements and would manage it amicably so it would not affect operations of the company. Earlier, the deputy managing director hailed the process leading to the signing, believing that with sincerity and cooperation from parties, the agreement would spread in such a way that the impact would be all-embracing. EnergyMix\The Nation