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Fatgbems commissions ultra-modern service stations


Executive Secretary, Deport and Petroleum Products Marketers Association of Nigeria (DAPPMAN), Olufemi Adewole; Chairman’s mother, Fatgbems Group, Alhaja Ramotalaih Gbemisola; Speaker, Ogun State House of Assembly, Hon. Suraju Adekunbi; Chairman, Fatgbems Group, Kabir Gbemisola and Managing Director, Hassan Gbemisola at the commissioning of Fatgbems Petroleum New Ultra-Modern Retail Station at Awoyaya at Eti-Osa LGA… in Lagos

In line with its goal of expanding the value chain and optimising customer base, Fatgbems Petroleum, one of Nigerian’s indigenous independent petroleum marketing companies, recently commissioned two ultra-modern retail stations in Awoyaya in Lagos and Adedotun in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

Many industry analysts described the move as massive and commended the company for keeping to its brand promise. Among the dignitaries in attendance were the Ogun State House Assembly Speaker, Hon. Suraju Adekunbi, representative of paramount ruler of Iwerekun land, Otunba Muniru Elemoro, Executive Secretary, Deport and Petroleum Products Marketers Association of Nigeria, Mr. Olufemi Adewole, Chairman, Lagos Chapter of NUPENG, Alhaji Tokunbo Korodo, staff of the company, families and friends.

Chief Operating Officer, Fatgbems Group, Mr. Dare Adeola, stated that the company strongly believes that indigenous brands have the capability to compete with the best brands in the world if given the opportunity.


According to him, “This is a point that has been amply demonstrated by our history, as a business entity. And having benefited from a robust and positively impactful regulatory environment through Federal Government’s policies, we believe we also have a responsibility to create opportunities for Nigerians to develop their capacity.”

He said the company had re-positioned itself to become a leader in the oil and gas services sector in the country, sealing relationships across all frontiers and building trans-border relationships in business, adding, “Our core values of Customer Service, Leadership, Integrity, Innovation, Health & Safety and Environmental Responsibility have never in any way been eroded in any of the of the stations so far rebranded and commissioned in the last ten months.

“As a millennia organisation, we recognise that human capital is the bedrock of any progressive organisation. We will continue to invest, develop and deploy qualified and capable personnel in our operations at various levels and this has helped to reduce unemployment rate in the country and equally staff turnover.”

He further stressed that the company’s focus was mainly on its customers, as it strives towards delivering exceptional customer service experience and superior value to shareholders and stakeholders, which can be attributed to the number of campaign designed to bond with current and potential customers across various platforms.

In his remarks, Adekunbi commended the management of Fatgbems Petroleum for its ability to spread across the country, thereby creating employment for Nigerians and contributing to economic growth.

Also, Executive Secretary, Depot and Petroleum Products Marketers Association of Nigeria, Adewole, applauded Fatgbem’s quest to expand its value chain and the drive to reposition and compete in the industry. He enjoined the company not to lose focus of customer service and consistently give the customers value.

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