Obijackson children hospital commission

In a bid to give back to society through charity, over 2000 children have been provided with access to free health care.

The most anticipated news is here; Obijackson Group Of Companies have commissioned a world class children hospital (Obijackson Children Hospital) with state-of-the-art facilities which have been put in place to meet the requirements for children health care.

This event will hold on November 21, 2015 at the hospital residence; 2 Madonna Road in Okija L.G.A of Anambra State.

OBIJACKSON GROUP is a conglomerate in the Sub-Saharan Africa comprising of Nestoil LTD, B&Q Dredging, Century Power Generation LTD, EWT Energy Works, GOBOWEN Exploration & Production LTD, NestAU, HAMMAKOPP Consortium LTD, IMPaC, NESTHAK, TIMEPOWER Global Dynamics LTD and SCORPIO DRILLING International.

The group is known for their impact and versatility in the oil and gas sector of Nigeria with values grounded on principles of sound corporate governance, a culture of integrity, transparency, accountability, innovation and excellence in all growing sectors championing global standards in Nigerian industries, always aiming to deliver results and being the very best in every area they thrive.

'This event was organized by the famous Recherché Events & Gifts'

CORPORATE HEAD OFFICEAfrica Re-building 4th Floor,Plot 1679 Karimu Kotun St.Victoria island LagosNigeria

Tel: +234(0)12809886

This is a feature by OBIJACKSON GROUP


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