Community Education Activities
The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), has expressed its readiness to support community relations activities of the Petroleum Commission to create awareness on constitutional matters and reinforce civic duties in the interest of the Commission and frontline communities within the oil and gas operational areas.
Deputy Commissioner for National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), Ms. Kathleen Addy made these remarks when she paid a courtesy call on the Petroleum Com- mission (PC).
According to Ms. Addy, NCCE has officers stationed across the country who have built strong relationships with chiefs, opinion and community leaders over the years.
“Our officers are well trained in the art of community engagement through role plays, community durbars among others to support the Commission’s educational campaigns and information dissemination in the Western Region and various communities,” Ms. Addy said
She further proposed that the Commission trains NCCE staff on its (Commission’s) operations to enable the NCCE have a better appreciation of the Commission’s mandate to effectively promote its community engagement campaigns.
The CEO of the Commission, Mr. Egbert Faibille Jnr. thanked Ms. Addy for the courtesy call and assured that the Petroleum Commission on its part, will put in place measures to ensure that the recommendations discussed are implemented.