Naddif Oil Opens New Fuel Station At Asabaham

NADDIF OIL Company Limited as part of its efforts to become the preferred brand in the downstream energy sector and provide quality products to its customers nationwide has opened a new fuel station at Asabaham in the Greater Accra Region. The new station has four pumps with two nozzles each and will dispense Super and Diesel. It is also equipped with a modern lubricant centre to service vehicles as well as washing Bay. The NADDIF branch at Asabaham is positioned along the Odom-Domeabra Kasoa road will serve vehicles traveling in and around that enclave. It is also expected to serve a wide range of customers of all vehicles with quality fuels and lubricants.

The Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of NADDIF Oil who doubles as the Zongo Chief of Ashalaja, Alhaji Sarkin Yusif Attahir revealed that the beginning of NADDIF’s operations comes at a time when oil and fuel prices are skyrocketing and unstable nature at which pump prices are at the moment adding that It is indeed challenging, but hopeful that the situation will soon stabilise.

He assured the general public that, NADDIF Oil shall deliver to the best of its ability to ensure that its customers have value for money by providing the best quality fuel and services at fuel stations.

He further revealed that NADDIF Oil is in Six (6) out of Sixteen (16) Regions in Ghana which has been achieved within six months of its operations and have twelve (12) fuel stations in its name adding that number is out of it target to operate in 10 Regions by the end of the year and to be in all the regions in the next 3 years.

According to him, NADDIF Oil shall be part of every community it operates and have plans to engage in corporate social responsibility so as to empower the communities that it operates in. He further revealed that the company will work hand in hand with transport operators be it motorbike riders, commercial vehicles like trotro, heavy machine operators and taxis as well as institutions such as Schools, Churches, hospitals and private vehicles.

“Our products and services are far excellent and our brand is unbeatable in terms of price and quality. Indeed, we have one of the most affordable prices on the market without compromising on quality and this we believe will be of great benefit to our customers” noted. “We are not only here to do business, but we are here to serve. We are much aware of potential challenges from future competitors, rest assured, we will stay focused and ensure that the ultimate beneficiaries will at all times be our customers” he added.

On his part, the Amasaman Deputy Director in Charge of Operations of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO), Mr. Matthew Jiaggey advised the management of the facility on the need for periodic checks of the expiring dates of fire extinguishers. He called on the fuel attendance and the security officer at the fuel station to inspect vehicles that pack at the premises of the station and ensure that those vehicles have their battery terminals removed to avoid disasters.

He urged all fuel station operators managements in the country to put things in order to avoid any form of disaster adding that the least mistake could result in the loss of lives and properties hence the need to do the needful for the safety of the public.

Source: Faisal Mustapha