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Workplace Hygiene: A Lesson from Tessy’s Company

  Tessy’s company, a large manufacturing firm based in Port Harcourt, was known for its commitment to safety and hygiene. The management ensured that all employees were provided with adequate toiletries such as tissue paper, soap, and hand wash to maintain a clean and healthy working environment. However, one fateful day, the company unexpectedly ran […]

Quality Wellhead and Valve Provision

Valves are essential components in oil and gas operations, regulating fluid flow and pressure in wellheads and pipelines. Using the wrong valve can result in losses and downtime, making it vital to choose the right valve for each application. Kenyon International West Africa Company Limited supplies high-quality valves and wellheads suitable for the industry. Our […]

Unready for the Rain: A Silverline’s Story

Port Harcourt City is one of the few cities in Nigeria where rain begins to fall as early as February. Many people usually are relaxed to prepare for the rain until it is April. So was the story of Silverline who was unprepared for the rainy season. One day, she left the office without an […]

Kenyon International Awards a Mini-MBA Scholarship to Fifty Students All Over Africa

As an organisation with a foremost interest in education and all its related endeavours, we are happy to announce that we have approved scholarship funds for over 50 students across Africa to be able to partake in the mini-MBA crash programme organised by Tekedia Institute. In the past year, we made the scholarship available to […]

Identifying Impure Fuel

A premium motor spirit that does not combust as efficiently as it ought to is often termed ‘bad or dirty fuel’. Such adulterated or impure PMS are produced when crude oil does not go through a proper fractional distillation. Such fuel is often acquired mostly through oil bunkering and sold through the ‘black market’ or […]

Security Tips for the Election Period

In this election period, we would like you to stay safe as you exercise your civil right. In order to stay safe, please endeavour to do all of the things mentioned below 1. Do not argue about politics as this might lead to you getting hurt by the opposition supporters 2. Always get back on […]

5S of Good Housekeeping

Good housekeeping entails that everything must be kept in an orderly manner and in a clean condition ready for use. To be able to imbibe good housekeeping and maintain it, you need to be conversant with the 5S as developed by Tahichi Ohno during the 60s in Japan. 1. Sort – Remove materials that are […]

My Neighbour’s Negligence: An Esther and Ubong’s Story (Self-medication)

During the harmattan, due to the dustiness and coldness of the season, most people often come down with a cold. It was during this season that Esther’s neighbour’s four-year-old child, Tunde, had a terrible cold. The little boy, Tunde, had a hacking cough that kept him awake through the nights, and the parents were too […]

Maintenance of the Cold-cutting Machine

Cold-cutting operations are critical operations that require the readiness of the cold-cutting machine. The cold-cutting machine helps to cut pipes into desired sizes that meet the specific needs of any operation. To ensure that the cold-cutting machine is in good shape and ready for use, it must be routinely maintained. During the maintenance, the cold […]

Victor Ekpenyong Awards Scholarship to Six Ibibio Students in Akwai Ibom State

Victor Ekpenyong, the CEO of Kenyon International West Africa Company Limited, has through its foundation, the Victor and Helen Foundation, awarded scholarships to 6 Ibibio teenagers for performing excellently at the Ibibio bible quiz held last Saturday, 28th of January 2022. His aim is to encourage more young people to embrace their mother language to […]

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