After visiting the oil terminal, Cynthia Helen Akuetteh toured the Smithsonian laboratory where she learned about the environmental protection work undertaken by Shell Gabon and praised the partnership with the large, world-renowned American institute.
She went on to visit the Gamba Medical Centre and the Lycée Roger Gouteyron school, where she was pleased to see first-hand the investments made by Shell Gabon in order to modernise the two buildings.
In addition to visiting these sites, Cynthia Helen Akuetteh met with Godson Njoku, P-DG of Shell Gabon, with whom she was able to discuss matters of common interest. She also spent time with the American community in Gamba as part of a brunch organised at Pointe Pedras.
Before leaving Gamba, the American diplomat expressed how pleased she was to see the importance that Shell Gabon places on the conservation of biodiversity and thanked the organising committee for the warm welcome that she received. This visit represented a unique opportunity for Shell Gabon to further strengthen its relations with a major institutional partner.