Skipper broke new ground in East Africa and was awarded 14 MUSD. project by Kenya Power & Lighting Company (KPLC) Kenya for the construction of 33/11 kV substations along with associated transmission lines in the Kenya’s Western Region. The areas include Ortum, Kitale, Sirisia, Moiben and Kapsowar.
The contract was signed in presence of Dr. Ben Chumo, Managing Director &CEO, KPLC and the ceremony was attended by Mr. Praveen Gupta- Chief Commercial Officer, SkipperSeil Group and Mr Venus Lathwal, Business Development Manager, Skipper t&d.
The project is slated to play a key role in enhancing the electricity access to consumers living in Western Region of Kenya.
SkipperSeil Group added another feather to its hat this year with the Lagos State Governor, His Excellency Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN), felicitating the firm for being a strong contributor and supporter to Lagos State’s education initiatives. The Governor presented the award to Mrs. Poonam Sachdeva, Group Director Corporate, during the 7th Annual Corporate Social Responsibility Award and Breakfast Meeting of the State’s “Support Our Schools” Project held at the City Hall, Catholic Mission Street, Lagos on March 12, 2015. The “Support Our School” initiative is essentially aimed at assisting the State education system through the active participation of the individuals, civil societies and corporate bodies.
His Excellency commended Skipper for contributing towards this initiative to help improve the standard of education in the State and encouraged Skipper to do more in the same direction. The Hon. Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Olayinka Oladunjoye, expressed joy that the partnership with the firm has grown to become an enduring one.
Among those who graced the occasion were Special Adviser to the Governor on Education, Otunba Fatai Olukoga, Special Adviser on Eko Project, Ms. Ronke Azeez and Consular General of United States in Lagos.
We congratulate Team Skipper, under the leadership of our Group Director Corporate, for attaining new heights and continuing to play a key role in the Nigerian education ecosystem.