Monday the 11th day of December 2017 was an exciting day for Caverton Helicopters Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) efforts in our Warri operations. A modern, state of the art 6 classroom learning facility earlier constructed by the company was officially commissioned amidst fanfare in our host community (Ogunu Community) in Warri, Delta state. The Caverton team to the event comprised of the Executive Director, Mr. Rotimi Makanjuola, Capt. Bello (Director of Operations (who represented the MD), Mr. Ayodele Omueti (Director of Corporate Services) and the local management team of our Warri operations. Also attending the event were elders from the Ogunu community, officials of the Warri South Local Education Authority and pupils from the school.
Mr. Rotimi Makanjuola who read the address of COSG Chairman, Mr. Aderemi Makanjuola, thanked the Ogunu community for creating an enabling environment for the company to operate and assured them of more CSR projects in future. He expressed delight at the progress of Ogunu indigenes trained by Caverton Helicopters and currently employed by company. Capt. Bello who read the address of the MD of Caverton Helicopters surprised everyone by greeting the community representatives in their local language. Replying to the speeches, the Chairman of the Ogunu, Prince Hope Esharegharan community thanked the company and expressed delight that the company had kept their word in building and delivering the learning facility. The highlight of the event was the cutting of the ribbon by Mr. Rotimi Makanjuola to officially declare the building open for use and the unveiling of the commemorative plaque. Written on the plaque were these memorable words:
See pictures below of the well attended event. Congratulations to Caverton Helicopters and the Ogunu community!